One of the most discussed displays at CES 2010 was Samsung's exhibit. WebProNews and many other event attendees were amazed by the collection of TVs, 3D innovations, and a new category of e-readers Samsung had to offer at the conference.
LCDs, Plasmas and LEDs were among the list of TVs presented at CES. With a range of 19-65-inch TVs, Samsung had a full lineup to offer. Each of the new models featured a new technology called AllShare, which allows users to connect telecivion to other devices (digital cameras, computers, mobile devices, and more).
Samsung Apps was also revealed at CES by the company. Allowing users to download contect for their TVs, just like on mobile phones. Informational apps, gaming apps, and movie-streaming apps were among a few of the wide variety of apps the company has to offer.
3D capabilities are also available in the 3 TVs high-end versions. Some of these TVs allow any 2D content to be processed in 3D. As Scott Cohen told WPN, users can watch anything in 3D with Samsung.
With Samsung's Plasma line developing and growing, picture-quality enhancement have become a main focus for the Samsung team. Deeper blacks and better motion would increase the picture-quailty, but with the new customizable features that allow users to adjust the picture to their preference, Samsung seems to have it in the bag.
The LED's are all under 2-inches deep with the flagship model at only 0.3 inches equaling out to be thinner than a pencil. The line has lower power consumption, vibrant colors, and brightness.
The TVs were a big hit at the event, but Samsung's category of e-readers also has the interest of many individuals. The screen sizes range from 5-10 inches Samsung also announced their partnershitp with Google Books for category of e-readers.
All these Samsung products will be available during the first half of 2010. To find out more, visit www.Samsung.com.