Most of the ever thinner screens and 3D technology fails to excite consumers.So Samsung TV maker is releasing new gimmick shift sets that turn them into hubs for smartphones and tablets.Company series 7 Samsung and HDTV Monitor are high definition LED TV sets that comes in 24 inch and 27 inch screen sizes.The HDTV model features an unusual offset stand design.
It has small usual screen sizes that may be above 32 inches and betray’s the product’s origins as computer monitors with added computing features and start with HDTV Intel Wi-Di, a wireless technology for streaming video direct to a TV with out confining need for an HDMI lead.Both of the sets add two USB 3.0 ports to the conventional HDMI and VGA.
This can link to Mobile High definition link standard to Android Smart phone or tablet.It streams content from them to TV.MHL currently covers Samsung and HTC products and Sony and Nokia are members of industry consortium.
Samsung has included a remote control feature that allows smartphones to control using a mouse and keyboard.It switches between and wireless control of laptop that is equipped with special WiFi dongle.Users are limited to small screens, touchpads and limited keyboards and has multiple peripheral connections.
New series 7 smart station and series 7 HDTV monitor solve the problems by providing users with an easy way to reduce desktop connection clutter and combine the convenience of mobile device or laptop.There will be public demo at annual CES Show next week and the Series 7 Smart Station is available at 549 dollars with series 7 HDTV monitor that is at the range of 599 dollars.
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