Play Blu-ray discs, DVDs, or audio CDs or stream Netflix or YouTube videos in Full HD using the Toshiba BDX3500 Symbio Streaming Media and Universal Disc Player. Designed to plug into the HDMI port of your HDTV, the BDX3500 also allows you to browse the web or share photos using Google's Picasa app. Built-in Wi-Fi lets you access files across your home network, while Miracast technology enables the BDX3500 to connect with other Miracast-certified devices without a wireless access point.
Enjoy Blu-Ray Discs and DVDs in Full HD
Using the Toshiba BDX3500 Symbio Streaming Media and Universal Disc Player, you can watch Blu-ray discs and DVDs in 1080p Full HD on your compatible HDTV. Streaming media capabilities give you access to apps such as Netflix, YouTube, and VUDU for movies and videos, along with a web browser and Google's Picasa application to organize and view your photos. An ePortal interface offers intuitive navigation.
Share and Access Files Across Your Home Network
Built-in Wi-Fi allows you to use the BDX3500 to share and access music, photos, videos, and other files across your home wireless network. This media and disc player also contains Miracast technology, which enables it to connect with other Miracast-certified devices for sharing photos, videos, or other media without cables or a network connection.
ENERGY STAR Certified for Reduced Power Use
The BDX3500 is ENERGY STAR certified and meets strict guidelines for power consumption set by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and the U.S. Department of Energy.
Product Information and Compatibility
This product measures 1.9 by 7.9 by 7.9 inches (H x W x D) and weighs 1.7 pounds. It contains one HDMI out port with CEC, one USB 2.0 port, one Ethernet (LAN) port, and one digital audio out port.
The BDX3500 accepts Blu-ray discs (BD ROM, BD-R/-RE), DVDs (DVD-Video, DVD-R/RW, DVD-ROM), CDs (CD-R, CD-RW, CD-DA), video files (MPEG-4/H.264, AVCHD, MPEG-2, Xvid, VC1, WMV9), audio files (MP3, WMA 7/8/9, AAC, MPEG-2, AC3, LPCM/ADPCM), and image files (JPEG, HD JPEG).