In addition to 3D and NetStreaming (from services such as Netflix and Blockbuster), the BDP-93 provides both SACD and DVD-Audio Disc playback as well as compatibility with a host of other formats, including, but not limited to, HDCD, MKV, DivX, and standard audio CDs. The BDP-93 can also play back media files from connected USB Flash or eSATA drives. Of course, standard DVD isn't left out. The BDP-93 features a Marvell QDEO Kyoti-G2 88DE2750 upscaling chip which, if implemented properly, should provide excellent deinterlacing and 1080p upscaling for DVD playback.
On the convenience side of things, the BDP-93 also provides Dual HDMI outputs that enable the user to connect one HDMI output directly to a 3D-TV, while using the second HDMI output for connecting a separate audio feed to a pre-3D capable home theater receiver.
For all the details on the OPPO BDP-93, including photos of the video processing board and chips, and pricing and ordering information, check out the Official OPPO BDP-93 Product Page.
In addition, OPPO has also announced on its website that it is going to release a new Blu-ray Disc player targeted at the audiophile market with the BDP-95 model number designation.
Update 3/12/11: My review of the OPPO BDP-93 is now posted.