Samsung’s newest Blu-ray players continue the trend of stylish and décor-friendly electronics with new versions of Samsung’s Touch of Color™ (ToC™) design and touch sensitive controls.
The wall-mountable BD-P4600 is just 1.5 inches thin with a piano black design infused with ruby highlights along the outer edges. An integrated stand lets the BD-P4600 be placed on a table at a 25 degree angle.

It can access the latest Blu-ray features either wirelessly using the included 802.11b/g/n Wi-Fi dongle, or via the traditional wired Ethernet connection.
Consumers can even stream music, videos, and photos directly from a networked PC with the players, for instant playback and big-screen enjoyment in the living room.

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Samsung NC310 Netbook

March 25, 2009


Samsung’s NC310 offers 1GB of memory, 10.1-inch LCD, 160GB disk, 5-hour battery, 802.11b/g WiFi, 1.3-megapixel camera, HSDPA data, and WiBRO (mobile WiMAX).
I like the softness and embossed name… nice…

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Samsung Beat Disc

February 17, 2009


Samsung has released  its Beat Disc touchscreen handset.
The Quadband GSM / HSDPA music phone sports a 2.6-inch AMOLED touchscreen, 3 megapixel camera, and Bang & Olufsen amplifier.
It’s also got codec support for DivX and XviD, microSDHC card slot for up to 16GB, Bluetooth A2DP, FM radio, and a 3.5mm headphone jack.
As for those DJ features, the turntable-inspired “Disc UI” uses a spin wheel for navigation, and the included software lets you both create your own music and sounds as well as remix other songs by adding effects and filters.

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Samsung Ultra TOUCH

February 9, 2009


Samsung soon to be announced, Ultra TOUCH.
Like its name suggests, the Ultra TOUCH features a 2.8-inch AMOLED touchscreen which the company claims to have anti-scratch and anti-smudge properties. It runs on the TouchWiz software, so those of you using the SGH-F480 and the Omnia would already have a taste of the widgets-enabled user interface.

You can expect this 12.7mm-thin slider to pack A-GPS (with geotagging capabilities), HSDPA, Bluetooth stereo, 30fps VGA video recording, an 8-megapxel camera with dual-power LED flash and support for microSDHC cards up to 16GB.

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Samsung DVD-H1080

January 15, 2009


Samsung’s very pebble-like DVD-H1080 touts the company’s Touch of Color design, weighs just over two pounds and is only marginally bigger than the DVDs it will play. The deck features 1080p upscaling to go along with the USB host function which adds support for DivX, MP3 and JPEG files.

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Samsung TL100 Slim Camera

January 14, 2009


Samsung take idiot proof camera’s ease of use to a “new level” with the TL100 slim camera, capable of automatically detecting whether you’re taking a picture of a mountain or a person and toggling the appropriate mode accordingly.

It can even go ahead and just take the picture for you in certain modes, able to tell when everyone has their eyes open or is beaming a sufficiently big enough smile.
It will also take 800 x 592 videos at 20fps, and manages to pack a 2.7-inch TFT LCD into a body that is just 16mm thick.

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The first Full HD camcorder to incorporate a 64GB Solid State Drive within, Samsung’s new flagship full-HD digital camcorder, HMX-H106 has a high-performance CMOS imaging sensor measuring 1/4.5 inches and utilizes H.264 compression, holding 12 hours of footage at Full HD resolution. SSD consumes approximately 1/8th of the power of a comparable HDD, is shock resistant, low heat and makes the camcorder lighter for the user.

The camcorders’ Schneider Kreuznach Varioplan HD lens (37mm wide-angle focal length) features a 10x optical zoom and is paired with Samsung’s new Optical Image Stabilizer. It also offer a large 2.7 inch touch-screen LCD,  has built-in strobe flash and the ability to capture 4.7 mega-pixel digital still photos too.
The HMX-H106 also has a Time Lapse recording mode, which will record a single image at an interval pre-selected by the user, either 1, 3, 5, 10, 15, or 30 seconds, and will save each image as one single movie file.

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