Hot Deal: Samsung BD-E5300 Blu-ray Player: $77.99
Dell is cutting $12 off the price of Samsung's web-enabled player.
August 23, 2012 by EH Staff

How low can you go? Dell is dropping the price on a popular Blu-ray player—and it’s the lowest that we’ve seen yet.

Today’s Hot Deal features the Samsung BD-E5300 Blu-ray player, and it’s selling on for just $77.99. Remember when Blu-ray players were so pricey? With this type of discount, you can add a new player to more than one room. The deal even includes free shipping right to your front door!

The BD-E5300 does not support 3D, but it can play standard Blu-rays, DVDs and even your CD collection. It can decode several HD audio formats, including DTS-HD, Dolby TrueHD, and more. Also, a nice little bonus doesn’t require any discs at all; the player has built-in web features, so you can access content from Netflix, CinemaNow, YouTube, VUDU, and Pandora. (Just remember that some fees and/or subscriptions may apply.)

Other features include AllShare for syncing DLNA-enabled digital devices and Samsung’s Anynet+ for one-touch control over all your HDMI-connected compatible devices.

There’s no word on how long Dell will be discounting this player. Snag one (or two) before the retailer pulls the deal or runs out of stock!

Electronic House Hot Deals are offered as an editorial service to readers. EH is not paid to promote Hot Deals and makes no guarantee on the accuracy of the product descriptions we find at the dealers’ sites, nor does EH verify that the site/dealer is an authorized reseller of the product or brand.

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