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The Samsung BD-C7500 is a mid-priced member of the blu-ray players announced at CES 2010.

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Pros

sleek, original design

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DLNA compliant

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Samsung's Internet@TV platform for content from popular online providers

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wall-mountable / designed for vertical orientation

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no need for additional set-top boxes - plays a wide variety of media formats via USB, Wi-Fi or LAN

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1GB of built-in flash storage (for BD Live content)

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built-in WiFi

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fast disc loading times

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Cons

noisy disc drive - can be distracting during quiet programming

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issues with the manufacturer's auto-updating firmware service

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includes a poorly designed remote control

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lacks Component connectivity - only does HDMI for HD output

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Netflix connectivity issues - repeatedly asks users to authorize the player

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poor customer support from the manufacturer

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some discs won't load on the first attempt - the unit must be turned off/on

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The Samsung BD-C7500 is a mid-priced member of the blu-ray players announced at CES 2010. It is the thinnest one available out of the models, and is the thinnest blu-ray player on the market, measuring only 1.1 inches thick. It is designed to be wall-mountable so it can fit just about anywhere. The disc load and boot times are swift and the 1080p playback can produce images at 24fps without any need for upconversion. The Samsung BD-C7500 has built in Ethernet and Wi-Fi so it is capable of accessing Internet TV and several Samsung applications, including Netflix, Pandora, Blockbuster, and several others.

Features
  • 1.1 inches thick
  • Wall-mountable
  • Swift load times
  • 24fps without upconversion
  • Ethernet
  • Wi-Fi
  • Internet TV
  • Samsung Applications
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