Best Blu-ray players of 2010

We look at the best Blu-ray players that were released in 2010

2010 was a busy year for home entertainment products. 3D hit the mainstream, and video on demand was an excellent inclusion in many high-end and mid-range models. We've taken the liberty of picking out what we thought were the best Blu-ray players that were released in 2010, based on features, price and design.

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Samsung BD-C6900

The Samsung BD-C6900 is a very well put together Blu-ray player. It is fast to start, it's compact and attractive, and it can access Internet video content as well as playing 3D Blu-ray discs. It is expensive, but if you're keen on getting your video from more than just a Blu-ray disc it is a good choice.

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  • 14th May, 2010
  • Campbell Simpson
  • Samsung
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  • Pros:
  • Fast operation, 3D-ready, large content library via video-on-demand
  • Cons:
  • Expensive compared to non-3D Blu-ray players, graphical user interface is sometimes slow, occasional visual problems with 3D video

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