Jan 05, 2017 08:12 AM EST
Samsung At CES 2017 Highlights And New Product Innovations Unveiled [Video]
It seems the CES press day has shown that OLED televisions among other electronic offerings are at the top of this year's Consumer Electronic Show (CES) 2017. Samsung did not disappoint with their Q series of QLED televisions.
You read that right, Samsung upped the ante by presenting their line of QLED televisions, or more appropriately, Quantum LED televisions that are armed with Samsung's quantum dot technology, edge lit local dimming with a "No Gap" wall mount. This year, however, the Q9 series is flat instead of being curved, c|net reported. The QLED TV can achieve HDR brightness and is insanely bright.
Wired reported that Samsung also plans to unify its services by improving its Samsung One Remote that aims to support more devices with added voice functions across Smart TV features. Additionally, users will now be able to personalize their SmartHub on their phones whether they use Android or iOS alongside Samsung's SmartView app.
Samsung also unveiled the H7 Wireless speaker, which is a new Soundbar and a new UHD Blu-ray player, with Samsung's UHQ Audio, which boosts audio to 32 bits from any source that caters from eight to 24-bit sound. It is said that the technology reproduces sound that is much closer to the original recording than HD audio.
Samsung also introduced its FlexWash and FlexDry laundry system. Both are similar dual-layer appliances that wash and dry clothes each having two separate drums located at the top and bottom of each appliance. Likewise, the Family Hub 2.0, a voice-activated refrigerator was unveiled. The smart fridge, which also allows viewing the content of the fridge without opening its doors.
Additionally, Samsung also introduced three new laptops namely; Samsung Chromebook Plus and Pro designed for Google Play a 2-in-one that can transition from notebook to tablet. The Samsung Notebook 9, which is a 15-inch notebook, powered by the 7th generation Intel Kaby Lake, said to be able to perform hardware intensive tasks. The Samsung Notebook Odyssey, Samsung's first ever gaming laptop, which will come in 15 and 17-inch sizes.