1080p resolutions are so 2007. If you really want to impress your eyeballs, you’ll need a 4K display. And while 4K displays may be few and far between, Sony has tried to answer the 4K content problem by adding 4K upscaling to its new flagship Blu-ray player.
As well as upscaling to 4K, the BDPS790 Blu-ray player features all the features you’d expect from a flagship player, including 3D, built in Wi-Fi and access to Sony’s network of online catch up TV services like Quickflix, ABC iView, SBS OnDemand, MUBI, Crackle, and Channel 10.
Conveniently featuring dual HDMI outputs (for your TV and your projector), the player also including DLNA, Facebook and Twitter access, and compatibility with Sony’s Skype Camera, the Blu-ray player is as highly specced as they come. At $429, it’s not going to be for everyone – mostly people with a 4K projector – but it’s good to see the future resolution making its way into the mainstream, albeit slowly.