Sony Blu-ray player provides PlayStation Now Support

Jan

6

2016

Sony has announced a Blu-ray player that supports the PlayStation Now streaming service and on which two DualShock four controllers can be connected. Also supports streaming music player.

The BDP-S6700 is one of two Blu-raydrives which Sony announced at CES 2016, and both may Blu-raybeelden upscaling to 4K display. The distinguishing feature of the BDP-S6700 is the support for PlayStation Now and for two DualShock- controllers. Now PlayStation is for now only available in the US and Britain but Sony is engaged in a beta test in the Benelux.

The BDP-S6700 comes in the spring of this year the market for 160 euros and also supports streaming music playback using include Spotify and Deezers. Other Blu-ray player from Sony is introducing needs to stand with support for Super Audio CD.

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Sony announced further forty new PS3 titles to PlayStation Now added to have, including Killzone 2, God of War: Ghosts of Sparta and Lemmings. In total there are now more than one hundred PS3 titles via streaming service available. Finally, Sony announced that there are now more than 35.9 million PS4 are supplied, thanks to the 5.7 million PlayStations which were delivered in the 2015 holiday season.

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