Leawo Software lowers its recently upgraded Blu-ray Player to $19.95 per copy, which plays back Blu-ray, DVD, video (1080P videos included) and audio files without quality loss.
Thu, 23 May 2013, 13:47:40 EDT
SHENZHEN, China, May 23, 2013 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) -- Leawo Software, a world-class video and audio related software developing company, officially lowers the serial key cost of upgraded Leawo Windows 8 Blu-ray Player to the lowest price, now only $19.95 per copy; to help movie lovers better enjoy Blu-ray, DVD, video (up to 1080P FHD movie included) and songs on Windows 8 OS PCs.
SHENZHEN, China, May 23, 2013 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) -- Leawo Software, a world-class video and audio related software developing company, officially lowers the serial key cost of upgraded Leawo Windows 8 Blu-ray Player to the lowest price, now only $19.95 per copy; to help movie lovers better enjoy Blu-ray, DVD, video (up to 1080P FHD movie included) and songs on Windows 8 OS PCs. Though the serial key is priced so low, Leawo promises to guarantee the high quality of its Blu-ray Player, with 100 percent secure purchase, timely upgrades and free after-sale tech support.
With the popularity of Blu-ray, watching Blu-ray movies on Windows 8 PCs is no doubt a good way to improve movie the experience at home. Due to the fact that Microsoft doesn't include the support to play back Blu-ray discs on Windows 8, a Windows 8 Blu-ray player is needed. Currently in the Blu-ray player software market, most Blu-ray player software programs are priced really high, beyond the expectation of budget-minded movie lovers. To provide a better choice for movie lovers, Leawo Blu-ray Player currently is only priced at $19.95; much cheaper than others.
"Actually, we have been preparing for this totally new Windows 8 Blu-ray Player for more than half a year. We have spent a lot of work and sources on this product from product concept, design, test, pricing, to the final release. To make it better, we even launched a Blu-ray Player Beta testing activity right before the final release to collect opinions, advices, reviews and requirements from worldwide movie fans. More than 50,000 movie fans took part in this testing activity. As a return to our long-term supporters and the activity participators, we decided to lower the price of Blu-ray Player for some time," said Steven Yang, CEO of Leawo.
Leawo Blu-ray Player is a "50,000-user-tested-and-reviewed media player combo" for Windows 8 OS PCs. As an all-inclusive media player software program, it could play back Blu-ray/DVD disc, audio, common videos and up to 1080P HD videos smoothly on PC. With full playback navigation, this Blu-ray Player allows movie lovers to control the playback easily. It could play back DTS-HD Master Audio and Dolby Digital 5.1 Audio to deliver amazing audio enjoyment. Adjusting subtitles and audio tracks are also allowed.
Price and availability:
Originally priced at $59.95, Leawo Blu-ray Player right now is available at only $19.95. Movie lovers could get Leawo Blu-ray Player in either trial version or registered version, with only 30 days valid for trial version. To get Leawo Blu-ray Player at only $19.95, please visit http://www.leawo.com/promotion/new-products/blu-ray-player.html .
About Leawo Software:
Leawo is a professional multimedia solution provider, mainly specializes in processing and broadcasting media over the Internet as well as in the daily life. Leawo's product lines range from Blu-ray/DVD/Video Tools, Utilities, Mobile Tools, PowerPoint Tools to Mac products including Blu-ray/DVD/Video conversion software, Blu-ray/DVD creation tools. Meanwhile, more mobile platform tools are being introduced gradually to improve people's daily digital entertainment. For more info, please visit: http://www.leawo.com/ .
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