Insignia NS-WBRDVD3 Review: Inexpensive 3D Blu-ray Player Makes Sacrifices

At a Glance

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  • Insignia NS-WBRDVD3

    Though 3D Blu-ray players don't come any cheaper than the NS-WBRDVD3, this model's unexceptional image quality and sparse Internet options make it less of a bargain than it appears to be.

At a Glance

Though 3D Blu-ray players don't come any cheaper than the NS-WBRDVD3, this model's unexceptional image quality and sparse Internet options make it less of a bargain than it appears to be.

Price when rated: 120.

Pros

  • 3D capability
  • Astonishingly low price for a 3D player
  • 3D capability

Cons

  • Uninformative menus
  • Lacks Hulu Plus
  • Disappointing image quality
  • No network-based multimedia
  • Disappointing image quality
  • Uninformative menus
  • Lacks Hulu Plus
  • No network-based multimedia
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