The brand-new Blu-ray hero has full DLNA (Digital Living Network Alliance) compatibility, integrated WiFi, 1GB of built-in memory and users can also stream music, video and photos from their home PC to the device.
LG also announced another wireless Blu-ray device, this time in the shape of a "plug and play" solution – the HLB54S soundbar with built-in Blu-ray player. It too has built-in WiFi, as well as a wireless subwoofer, DLNA compatibility, 1080p video upscaling and a total of 430W of amplification.
Additional features include an iPod dock, two HDMI inputs for connecting additional sources such as a set-top box, games console or DVD recorder, and one-click access to YouTube.
LG's BD390 goes on sale in the UK this month and the HLB54S will follow in November.