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Samsung Unveils New Blu-ray Player Lineup including the world’s slimmest Blu-ray player

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Samsung unveiled its 2011 Blu-ray line at the CES show in Las Vegas which included seven new products, four of them 3D compatible, and three supporting 3D upconversion using Samsung’s system-on-chip (SoC).

They include the BD-D7500 (pictured above), the world’s slimmest Blu-ray player, coming in at 0.9 inch deep. It has a silver, brushed metal look, with a slot-loading disc drive on the side, is 3D-compatible and also has built-in 2D-to-3D conversion processing. It also includes Wi-Fi and can access Samsung Apps.

Individual product details for the 3D-compatible models follow:

BD-D6500

  • 3D Blu-ray
  • Access to streaming services through Smart Blu-ray
  • Full HD
  • Ultra Fast Play
  • One Foot Connection
  • DLNA certification
  • Integrated Wi-Fi

BD-D6700

  • 3D Blu-ray
  • Access to streaming services through Smart Blu-ray
  • Dual HDMI
  • Full HD upscaling
  • 3D conversion
  • Ultra Fast Play
  • One Foot Connection
  • DLNA certification
  • Integrated Wi-Fi
  • Free remote app for iOS and Android

BD-D7000

  • 3D Blu-ray
  • 3D conversion
  • Access to streaming services through Smart Blu-ray
  • Full HD up-conversion
  • Ultra Fast Play
  • One Foot Connection
  • DLNA certification
  • Integrated Wi-Fi
  • Access to streaming services through Smart Blu-ray
  • Single HDMI output
  • Compact, square design and silver metal casing
  • Hidden disc-loading slot

BD-D7500

  • 3D Blu-ray
  • 3D conversion
  • Integrated Wi-Fi
  • Access to streaming services through Smart Blu-ray
  • Single HDMI output
  • Ultra Fast Play
  • One Foot Connection
  • 0.9-inch height
  • Wall-mountable

BD-D7000

Samsung says pricing will be announced closer to the release date, and right now there’s no specific release date except “first half of 2011.”

The Samsung 2011 CES Press Conference can be viewed below:

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