-Hey guys, Brian Tong here on the floor at CES 2011 with cnet.com.
Here in Samsung's booth, and next to me, this is an ultra sleek design Blu-ray player.
This is the Samsung BD-D7000, so you kinda call this an ultra compact.
What I love about this is this touchscreen panel on the front and reveals a hidden slot where your DVD comes out.
So, if I press it for a second, you will see that the DVD rises out and just like that.
It's in my hand, so it's very discrete, really sexy.
This player itself supports 2D to 3D conversion.
So your older DVDs can get up converted to 3D.
Also, it's a full HD Blu-ray player with full 3D support as well.
Another thing that makes this unique is it has access to Samsung's Smart Hub.
So this has access to all of their services.
We're talking about applications that you can purchased directly through the Smart Hub and also has the ability to get access to the video services like YouTube, Blockbuster, and many more, and the ability to search for new videos that you want to as well.
Now, there's no pricing on this as of yet.
But the BD-D7000 will be available sometime in the first half of 2011.
But this is just a really sleek, touch panel, ultra compact Blu-ray player.
I'm Brian Tong at CES 2011 for cnet.com.
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