Popped into the main Sainsbury's for a can opener and came across this. Out of stock but one on display. I have no Blu-Rays so really too much for a DVD player for me, even if further reduced.
I can't remember the model number but I know it said £110 off and was now £59.99 with What Hi-Fi Awards.
It has USB to the front and rear but I think the rear one is just for firmware upgrades. It's a mix of Toshiba SD3010 and SD2010, (ie HDMI and USB) but with Blu-Ray as an added bonus.
Blu-ray is the next generation of home entertainment - each disc holds enough information to display content in full high definition with incredible 7.1 surround sound. The BDP-S370 Blu-ray player from Sony not only does this, but also lets you enjoy online content, access your PC and connect wirelessly to the internet.
Matching the current range of Sony BRAVIA TVs and home cinema systems, this Blu-ray player offers smoother and deeper colours, shows films at 24 frames per second as the director intended, will upscale your existing DVD collection and is quick in operation, booting up in only 3 seconds.
Add a USB WiFi dongle (sold separately) and you can access your network at the touch of a button, as well as use BRAVIA Internet Video to view shows you've missed via catch up TV services. And if you really want to impress, you can control it via your iPhone.