Dvd, blu-ray, media players
The era of home video players began a long time ago. Probably, many people remember the projection settings for watching cartoons and films recorded on 8- and 16-mm film.
These formats were very popular among both amateurs and professionals until the appearance of the analog VHS format (Video Home System), based on the use of a half-inch magnetic tape with oblique line video and two video heads on the reel.
Thanks to this, as well as the lack of licensing fees and filling the market with cheap and reliable video recorders, VHS in t From the 80s to the beginning of the 2000s, it held a leading position in the format war. In the mid-2000s, the VHS (in terms of popularity) was replaced by the digital DVD format (Digital Video Disc or Digital Versatile Disc), which allows DVDs to be used not only for recording movies in high enough quality, but also for storing large volumes of various information.
Now Blu-ray Disc format (which once won the confrontation with the alternative format - HD DVD) is becoming increasingly popular, which is used in most cases for recording high-definition video with video resolution up to 1920x1080 pixels - Full HD.
In December 2009, con ortsium BDA (Blu-ray Disc Association) introduced the format specification Blu-ray 3D, intended for recording of stereo. ASUS O! Play BDS-700 In this article we will consider one of the most modern media players, namely ASUS O! Play BDS-700, which has a pleasant appearance, a wide range of interfaces, the ability to play Blu-ray discs, including in Blu-ray 3D and BD formats -ISO, has various technologies to improve the quality of video and sound, and also provides the ability to connect to some Internet services.To register