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(Pocket-lint) - Samsung has announced its TV, Blu-ray and Home Theatre ranges for 2011 at CES 2011 in Las Vegas; and it looks to be a real treat for any hardcore Home Cinema fans as included in the lineup is the world’s slimmest 3D Blu-ray disc player and some pretty tasty LED efforts.

The TVs come in the form of the LED D8000 - which goes for a minimalist design, the LED D6500 - which looks to be one with an "eco-friendly" slant, and the Plasma D6900 series - a solid, all-round performer with some decent connectivity.

No surprise that 3D is the word and feature of the moment with all the televisions offering up a full array of 3D features. As well as this the TVs will feature a new Smart Hub tech that will offer a variety of functions to make browsing and searching easier.

Onto the Blue-ray players, and we have the world’s slimmest 3D Blu-ray disc player in the BD-D7500, a compact and minimalist 3D effort in the BD-D7000, whilst the BD-D6500 will bring built-in Wi-Fi as well as 3D to the table.

All the players get Samsung's system-on-Chip (SoC) for 2D-to-3D conversion of films, pictures and streaming videos, as well as offering Samsung’s new "One-Foot" wireless connection.

The Home Theatre systems include the HT-D7100, which brings a modular, cubic Blu-ray form factor; a 7.1 channel effort with new surround sound tech, a wideband amp and super tweeter speakers in the form of the HT-D6750W; whilst the HW-D570 is a next-gen soundbar with 3D audio.

No word on pricing or availability as yet.

For all the latest CES 2011 news check out our dedicated CES homepage.

Writing by Ben Crompton. Originally published on 16 April 2013.