Audio enthusiasts and cinema lovers rejoice! We’ve got hold of Samsung Electronics, AV product manager Chris Moseley for his top tips on getting the best experience from your home entertainment system.
Taking a lesson from the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 and adding a few features beyond what the Apple iPad 2 offers, this thin, light and longer-lasting tablet is the best option around if you’re more interested in portability than in playing games and watching movies on a 10-inch screen.
The BD-DT7800 is Samsung’s first stab at a standalone Hi-Def PVR, but with several Freeview HD/Blu-ray combis already under its belt the Korean company is in familiar territory.
Samsung ecospace technology offers more inner space whilst keeping the same dimensions on the outside. The new G-series range of fridge freezers maximise your storage space, meaning you can shop less often and organise your food more easily.
The moment the next generation Apple iPhone 5 lands in Korea, Samsung will attempt to have it banned, a senior company executive is alleged to have said.
Samsung’s entrant into this affordable TV face-off certainly hits the ground running, with an ultra-svelte, ultra-cute chassis design that makes the TV look much more expensive than it is.
Next to the 5x optical zoom lens on the PL120 is what looks like a blank space, but it is actually a 1.5 inch LCD screen that shows the live view image – perfect for self portraits. But that’s not all, the PL120 can also play short, colourful animations for entertaining children. The idea is that if you have trouble getting children to smile in your photographs, then this will help.
The Samsung UE60D8000 is the brand’s most advanced LED screen yet. A 60-inch, 3D-capable and Smart TV-enabled flatscreen with drop-dead gorgeous looks. Find out more in our expert review.
As part of the Cutting Edge range in Samsung’s line-up, the SH100 shouldn’t really be into looks. It should be all about the technology, but what Samsung has produced is a snazzy little unit stuffed with features.
Despite plans to promote their new Tablet at the IFA Electronics Fair, Samsung have been forced to pull the device from the show following a block on German sales.