Having been spotted up for sale once before, before being unceremoniously yanked from the virtual shelves a few hours later, Samsung's 3D-capable Blu ray player, the BD-C6900, is now finally shipping. Announced back in January at CES 2010, the BD-C6900 obviously supports Full HD 1080p content but also includes both wired and WiFi connectivity for streaming media and internet-connected widgets.
There's also DVD upscaling to 1080p, BD-Live support and 1GB of onboard storage, together with a skinny 39mm-thick design. DLNA support means the BD-C6900 can be used as a media-stream receiver, and there's support for Dolby Digital TruHD and DTS-HD Master Audio.
Of course, many people will be looking at the deck for its 3D capabilities, and it's compatible both with Samsung's own 3D HDTVs and the general Blu ray 3D standard. The Samsung BD-C6900 is priced at $399.99 from Amazon, and is available now.