Take a virtual tour around Samsung's booth at CES in Las Vegas this year, with curved TVs and smart appliances as just some of the many products on show.
Without a doubt, 2014 is the year of the curved TV — at CES at least, anyway. Samsung had a number of different models on display, including a large collection of these 4K/Ultra HD models.
The crowds were gathered around a few stands in particular at the Samsung booth, but the bendable 85-inch LED LCD UHD TV (above) kept everybody lingering. The screen bends at the edges on command and can turn flat once more as required. While it's hard to think of a practical application for the screen, there's no doubt that this concept TV had people talking. Find out more about the TV here.
Are you sick of all things curved yet? No? Good. Samsung has a curved monitor as well that was on show at CES 2014.
On top of its existing range of Galaxy devices, Samsung also had the new Note Pro and Tab Pro tablets on display. The Tab Pro is offered in three sizes: 8.4, 10.1 or 12.2 inches, while the productivity-focused Tab Pro is available in just the 12.2-inch size. .
While 3D printing may not be as big at CES 2014 as we were expecting, there were still some surprises to be had. Samsung was giving live demos of how users could create designs through a custom app and then send them to a 3D Systems printer to be constructed. In the photo above, that's the Cube 3D printer.
Everyone wants to be the world's best at something. Maybe even own the world's largest washer and dryer? Here is the Samsung 9000 series, with booth attendant as a rough guide as to how tall these units really are — think just under six feet.
Like to play games on your Android device? You are in luck. Announced in December last year, at CES 2014 Samsung had its GamePad controller on show. The controller has built-in NFC and works with any handset running Android 4.1 and above. .
Outside of the main booth, Samsung had a stand offering visitors the chance to print t-shirts, grab a cup of coffee, or have a photo shoot with the Galaxy 11 football team.
The back of the booth was filled with a wall of curved TVs. Just in case you didn't have enough curved TV in your CES experience.