Samsung Latest Shot At World's Thinnest Blu-ray Player
The device, which hasn't been specifically named yet, isn't just a super-thin Blu-ray player, but also a fully-featured one: it will offer up support for 3D content, the ability to upconvert 2D into a strange almost-3D, and internet connectivity so you can use it as a streaming box too for access to things like YouTube, Facebook and Twitter, among others. Samsung also says that the player will be the thinnest such player commercially available when it goes to launch. It is a pity that buyers need to rip Bluray to MKV for watching BD on computer.
Interestingly, commercial interest in Blu-ray is starting to pick up: sales of Blu-ray players doubled from this time last year going up to over 400,000 units, and 3D compatible players made up 15 percent of that. While most people probably aren't too concerned about just how thick their Blu-ray player is, as opposed to things like "what it does" and "how well it works", it'd still make a nice conversation piece. And, it's also kind of interesting to watch Samsung's progress on this whole "Thinnest Blu-ray player ever" quest of theirs.
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