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Samsung presents the future of TV at the 2012 Samsung AV Roadshow

Last April 18, Samsung presented the future of home entertainment at the 2012 Samsung AV Roadshow. It highlighted the three pillars of Samsung’s TV and AV strategy with the revolutionary features available in 2012: Smart Interaction, Smart Content and Smart Evolution.

Smart interaction provides users with new ways to interact with your television. Samsung’s latest Motion Control, Voice Control and Face recognition revolutionizes the way you look at television. Users can interact with the TV without even touching the remote OR even the unit itself.

Samsung launched their 2012 flagship Smart TVs namely the LED ES8000 and the Plasma E8000 series, with both featuring a built-in camera, as well as two microphones for voice recognition.

Samsung 2012 TV

Smart Content presents consumers with access to the widest variety of premium content available. Samsung also showcased AllShare Play which is a Smart TV service that allows content to be pushed or pulled wherever the user may be. AllShare Play also enables consumers to share contents directly from their Smart TV or other Samsung mobile devices.

Smart Evolution is an industry first that will allow consumers to effectively enjoy the latest technology services on their TV without dishing for another TV. With a slot-in at the back of selected models of 2012 Samsung Smart TV models, consumers can enjoy the latest advancements without having to buy a new TV set every year.

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  • joey

    now that’s TV!

    • With a car’s price tag!

  • dvancleef

    Are these actually ISDB-T ready?

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