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Galaxy tablets, Ultra HD televisions, mirrorless cameras and so much more.
Samsung proudly showcased its next generation of products in Bali at the Samsung Forum 2014. On display was a curved television that had UHD resolution, a new mirrorless camera, the line up of powerful Pro tablets and much, much more.
This curved-screen television from Samsung supports the new Ultra HD standard. At 105in, it's the world's largest television to support this resolution and have a curved screen.
Ultra HD televisions (UHD, also known as 4K) have a resolution of 3840x2160. TVs that support this new standard have four times the pixels of an ordinary Full HD television.
Samsung's S9 was unveiled at CES2013, but it continues to command attention on the show floor. The 85in version of this 110in television retails in Australia for $40,000, (that's right, forty thousand dollars).
Samsung's 2014 televisions will come with software called Soccer Mode. Nominate the mode and the picture and sound quality of games will be optimised; you can replay highlights on cue; zoom in on sections of your choice (such as a hand-ball); and record live matches using its in-built PVR function.
Samsung is betting big on UHD. The company's AV and TV head, Andrew Woon, said "Our market is set for a UHD revolution, but more importantly, it will be the year of the curve."
Samsung's new evolution kits. These kits upgrade the processor, software and graphic capabilities of existing Samsung televisions, provided they support the standard.
This evolution kit, which is bigger than the iterations preceding it, will make existing Full HD televisions compatible with the superior UHD standard.
Samsung's home theatre line up continues to feature vacuum tube technology for, what the company describes as, warmer sound.
The speakers fire in an off-centre direction for a more immersive audio experience.
The new Samsung Galaxy NotePRO now comes with a 12.2in, 2560x1600 resolution screen. Samsung claims its size is similar to that of an A4 page.
It will be offered with two types of chipsets, and which one you get will be determined by your country.
The 8in NotePRO retains the same incredible 2560x1600 screen resolution, which means the pixels will be crammed even tighter for a better viewing experience.
The 8in version comes with a Snapdragon 800 2.3GHz quad-core CPU, 2GB of RAM and 16/32GB of internal storage. It also supports expandable microSD storage.
The camera on the back is 8MP.
Samsung's new NX30 mirrorless camera will capture 20.3 megapixel photos.
The 2,359K-dot electronic viewfinder can tilt up to 80 degrees.
Meet the second generation Android camera from Samsung, the Galaxy Camera 2.
It couples compact-camera performance with the functionality of Android Jelly Bean 4.3.
The Galaxy Camera has a 16MP BSI CMOS sensor and 21x Optical Zoom.
Samsung's Ativ Book 9 (2014 edition) is a 15in notebook that packs 15 hours battery life.
The Ativ Book 9 retains the elegant form factor that initially premiered on the bite-the-back-of-your-hand-beautiful series 9 notebook.
Samsung has updated the hinge, however, with the new Ativ Book 9 now capable of opening just under 180 degrees.
Meet the Ativ One 7, an all-in-one computer with an impressively chic body.
Samsung's range of Xpress printers use touch-friendly NFC and Wi-Fi Direct for quick printing from a smartphone. Simply tap compatible NFC smartphones and watch your files print.
The WW9000 washing machine is as cool as washing machines get. When not being used the door subtly glows a translucent blue and the company's Smart Control makes it possible to remotely start and stop wash cycles from your smartphone.
A 5in touchscreen has replaced the confusing buttons and knobs of old.
The WW9000 comes with Samsung's digital inverter technology, which is backed by a 10 year warranty.
Samsung's new air-conditioners are now styled as triangular prisms for better airflow.
The air conditioner also uses Samsung's digital inverter technology and is backed by the same ten year warranty as the WW9000 washing machine.
Samsung's Food ShowCase refrigerator uses a clever two-door system to keep food cold and operate more efficiently.
The fridge has been designed to have three different zones: The cooking zone (upper level), the family zone (mid level) and the kid's zone (lover level),
It also features an ice and water dispenser.
Samsung vacuum cleaners are getting colourful.
Samsung is thinking of new ways to use its technologies in the educational sector.
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