Our favourite Blu Ray players

The Blu Ray player market has become increasingly crowded in these past few years, thanks in no small part to the format emerging victorious over HD-DVD in the format war in the middle of the last decade. With so much on offer it can be tough to decide what one is right for you. To help you, we've compiled a list of the best Blu Ray players on the market.

Sony PlayStation 3 - It may be a games console, but it's also one of the best Blu-Ray players on the market. Thanks to its continual firmware updates, it is guaranteed never to go out of date, or fall behind any evolving standards like other Blu-Ray players might - plus it plays games!

LGBX585 - It features BDLive 2.0, has online capabilities (including Wi-Fi for those of you who don't want to have additional cables running throughout the house) and it supports 3D. What more could you ask for?

Sony BDP-S370 - Even though it doesn't offer 3D support, the BDP-S370 is an excellent budget Blu-Ray player, so it's no surprise to learn that it's been one of the top selling devices since its launch in January 2010.

Samsung BD-C7900 - One of the pricier players on this list, Samsung delivered a truly breathtaking piece of hardware with their BD-C7900. From an impressively fast boot time right through to 3D support and a large number of applications available for use with its internet connection, it offers more than most, even if it does cost a little extra.

OPPO BDP-93 - The name OPPO might not mean an awful lot to you unless you're a home entertainment connoisseur, but rest assured it's a real mark of quality. This player, only released in December 2010, is the most expensive player on the list, but it's worth every penny with almost unrivalled picture quality and a wealth of set up options.

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  • Blu Ray Players 2010

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