Samsung 23mm-Thick 3D Blu-Ray Player: Showcased At CES 2011

CES 2011 is fast approaching and with that in mind, someone has a treat for us. Samsung are taking their new 3D Blu-Ray player. They will be introducing us to their brand new device, which is a little different to a conventional Blu-Ray Player. Samsung are also planning to show their “Galaxy Player” amongst other things no doubt.

Samsung’s Blu-Ray player is officially the world’s thinnest of its kind at a slim 23mm. The device offers more than just playing a Blu-Ray disc; it can also let you view Twitter and Facebook as well as play directly from YouTube. Another point we should share with you is that it can do 2D to 3D conversions. Pretty impressive. You can read more about what it can do by heading over to PCWorld by clicking here.

Samsung have continually dominated the Blu-Ray player market pretty much from Day 1 and with devices like this, it doesn’t look like they will be overtaken as front runners any time soon. For those of you, who are not familiar with CES, head to the bottom of the article to view a preview of what you can expect to see. Whilst we are unaware of the full specs of the player or the price, we are still excited.

Are you impressed with Samsung’s new Blu-Ray player? Will you be getting one when it is available? Let us know in the comments below.