The annual Consumer Electronics Show is the biggest consumer tech event of the year, and Samsung typically has the biggest presence among large CE companies at the show.
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Samsung’s new SUHD TVs cover all sizes up to 89 inches and where smart features are concerned, the new high-end TVs all feature smart home elements from Samsung’s SmartThings platform in addition to standard smart TV features like app support. I see a lot of strategic moves by Samsung with their latest offerings in the SUHD line up, these could break new ground that other firms have yet to be able to match, at least on the high end.
Samsung Galaxy TabPro S: The new notebook features a smart design, lightweight build and a beautiful 12-inch Super AMOLED display with 2K resolution. The tablet itself is 6.3 millimeters thick and weighs just 693 grams, yet it packs a battery that can deliver up to 10.5 hours of usage per charge.
Samsung rink: Samsung’s Gear VR is one of the most fun new products we’ve used in the past couple of years, created in partnership with the virtual reality experts at Oculus. Now, Samsung’s new rink controllers push things to the next level.
Samsung Welt: is a smart wearable healthcare belt that looks like a normal belt, thus offering consumers a more discreet way of using smart sensor technology to monitor their health,” Samsung said in a blog post. WELT is capable of recording the user’s waist size, eating habits and the number of steps taken, as well as time spent sitting down. It then sends this data to a specially-designed app for analysis, and the production of a range of personalized healthcare and weight management plans.” fitness bands don’t really blend well with formal wear, this makes it easier to use such a device.
Family Hub Refrigerator: A $5,000 fridge? Seriously? I am reserving comment on the value add of this technology, given that I can appreciate that there are other technologies that need to be enabled outside of the fridge to really make it work well for consumers.