Samsung just announced the release of their 2012 televisions and consumers are in for a treat. The new models represent the fifth version of the manufacturers Smart TV series and are the best ever.
Joe Stinziano, senior vice president of Home Entertainment at Samsung Electronics America commented on the release:
“Our goal with this year’s models was to truly redefine what a TV can be while providing unprecedented choice to the consumer,”
“We have delivered the incredible picture quality and beautiful design that consumers have come to expect from Samsung, as well as seamless connectivity, several new ways to control the TV and exclusive services.”
Here's a list of features available with this years lineup:
*Improved picture quality with Micro Dimming Ultimate and Real Black Pro
*Dual-core CPU for quick app launching and task-switching
*Integrated camera and noise-canceling microphone
*Smart Evolution – to help your TV stay up-to-date with new features
*Voice and gesture control, as well as face recognition
*AllShare Play with seamless connectivity to other devices and to cloud storage
*New Smart Touch Remote and Smart Wireless Keyboard
*New roster of exclusive signature services
*New browser based on the powerful Webkit engine
* ES8000 LED TV
* PNE80000 Plasma TV
* EH5300 LED TV
Here's the ES8000 TV in action...
Remote Play: allows you to play content and connect to the TV via mobile devices and PC's.
Free Cloud-Based Storage: Users will have access to 5GB of free storage to share between the TV and other devices.
Dual-Core Processor: fast performance and seamless switching between apps.
Smart Evolution: Add new downloaded software updates from Samsung.
Family Story: This feature allows you to share social media with 20 members of your family and friends with pictures, calendars, and reminders.
Fitness: Track and monitor your fitness levels and routines, can be accessed via smartphone.
If these options sound like something you want, check out Samsung's website to check for availability and discover more about features. The newest versions of Smart TV are packed with features, but If you thought programming your VCR was difficult you better check to see if these high-tech models are right for you.