Samsung Gulf Electronics, a leading brand in consumer electronics and information technology, has recently launched the Smart TV concept. Samsung range of Smart TVs promise to breathe life to your TV viewing experience, creating a revolution that will change the way you perceive home entertainment forever. Through dedication and commitment to innovation that appeal to the most discerning of users, the Smart TV is definitely a leap to the future of television.
Samsung's 'Smart TVs' are all about allowing you to do more, yet keeping the entire experience surprisingly simple, rich and interactive. The brands’ line of Smart TVs feature smart technologies that take the whole TV experience to the next level, with Internet@TV. Samsung’s Application Engine provides a totally new experience of Internet through TV with a simple, easy and exciting user interface. The Samsung Apps store brings a large variety of applications that suit almost everyone’s taste; Whether it’s engaging with your favorite Social Media sites such as Facebook and Twitter or streaming movies live from the web from sites such as YouTube or Daily motion, the Samsung Smart TVs allow you to access a wide range of content that fits within your lifestyle.
Through the “AllShare” feature you can also create a wireless DLNA network among all your Samsung-compatible digital devices, including mobile phones, notebooks and digital cameras. Movies, pictures and music can be shared to expand your entertainment mediums anywhere without having to switch devices. The Smart TV series also support ConnectShare, which allows users to enjoy multi-media movies, music or photos directly on their TV by connecting USB memory or portable HDD using true plug-and-play technology.
Justin Shaw, General Manager, AV division, Samsung Gulf Electronics said: “SMART is the future of TV; with the extraordinary designs and imaging technology as well as connectivity and energy saving features, the Smart LED TVs will bring an unprecedented high-definition home imaging experience to homes across the Middle East.”