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CES 2009: Samsung presents 2. Blu-Ray player

12 Jan 2009 | Rasmus Larsen |

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Samsung has presented two new Blu-Ray players on CES 2009. One being the Worlds thinnest (BD-P4600) and the other one being BD-P3600 that has an analogues 7.1 output .

Samsung BD-P3600 is not as thin as the BD-P4600 but can be wall mounted, too. It has a glossy, black finish and touch-sensitive buttons on the front. The edges are smooth which creates a soft look.

Samsung BD-P3600
Samsung BD-P3600


Just like the BD-P4600, BD-P3600 supports Blu-Ray profile 2.0 and BD-Live for Internet content. It has USB inputs, a 1 GB internal memory cache and DivX support.

It can access the Internet through the built-in Ethernet port or with a Wi-Fi USB dongle.

Samsung BD-P3600
Samsung BD-P3600


P3600 has a HDMI output that supports 1080p24 video and the new HD audio formats. Also, it has a 7.1 analogues audio output.

Samsung has not mentioned dates or prices yet.



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