Eisa.com will later this month launch an internet-enabled digital video disc (iDVD) player for only $99 (£62).
Customers will, however, have to make a two-year commitment to the company's internet access service at $23.95 a month to take advantage of the offer.
The iDVD platform was introduced by National Semiconductor and PlanetWeb at the beginning of this year. It enables consumers to watch DVD films, play audio CDs and use the internet to enhance their entertainment experience.
Eisa.com's Neo iDVD player will be the first model to ship complete with wireless keyboard, a remote control and come installed with PlanetWeb's browser.
Neo will initially be launched in the US and Canada, and sources say the manufacturer plans to push the device into Europe where the DVD market is booming.
Samsung is expected to start shipping a similar system in the coming few months, with Toshiba following hot on its heels.
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