Summary: So, for reference, am about a week into owning and doing some initial use. First, I'd start off by suggesting you do some googling on this model or the c6500 if you want to use it wireless. I have a dlink 825 and regardless what I tried, it would never connect to my access point, despite everything I tried. I even turned off all my security to see if it made a difference, to no avail.
Summary: This product is a mixed blessing for me. Without a high speed connection, you will be frustrated beyond measure. The Internet TV function (which includes Netflix, Pandora, Vudu and Blockbuster) requires 1.5 Mbps speed for uninterrupted functioning according to the messages on the screen. I purchased 5Mbps DSL service from Verizon (Fios is not available in my neighborhood)to make this unit stop hiccuping on me.
Summary: I agree with most of what others have noted about the Blu ray disc player. It is sleek, very good streaming quality for netflix and blockbuster movies. However, I was shocked to find out that it does not play 3D DVDs. It seems irrational as the lower priced models like BD 6800, BD 5900 play 3D. Also, the display of BD7500 is not visible at all angles.
Samsung BD-C7500 Blu-Ray player with network media player
20 September 2010
Excerpt: Samsung BD-C7500. Purchased September 2010 £219. The first thing you’ll notice about the DB-C7500 is the unusual shape. This unit looks, and indeed is, very slim with top mounted touch controls and a black, gloss plastic finish that matches the majority of flat screen TVs nowadays. This gives a very minimalist appearance. If used on its stand the flat top is angled to the front and would look pretty classy under a matching TV.
Pros: Looks, picture & sound quality, network media capability