Engadget: We’ve reached a point where Blu-ray players can’t really add a whole lot more functionality. Size, then, is the next frontier, and Samsung’s showing another player with a “slightly larger-than-a-disc” form-factor. It’s the BD-ES6000, a decidedly petite player with a slot-loading mechanism and a boot time of just one second. There’s also the slightly less svelte yet still “slim and stylish” BD-E6500, with dual HDMI inputs to help out with those sets that are a bit limited in the input department. More important, though, is added support for UltraViolet Disc to Digital support on all the company’s 2012 lineup. Your media just got a little more portable.