Samsung Pro tablets

Samsung's new premium tablets for both work and play are called the Galaxy Note Pro and Galaxy Tab Pro.
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Galaxy Note Pro

The tablet has a 2.3GHz quad-core processor and is running Android 4.4.
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Galaxy Pro Tab

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Magazine view

The Magazine UX brings together work and play apps and social feeds.
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Multi-window

Like Samsung's page buddy feature on its phones, you can view multiple windows at the same time on the screen. Here, you can view four windows at once.
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New line of UHD TVs

Samsung unveiled a new line of UHD TVs ranging from 50 inches to 105 inches at its star-studded press conference at CES 2014.
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UHD TVs

Samsung's flagship models are the "jaw-dropping" 105-inch Samsung curved UHD TV, and a 78-inch model.
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UHD TVs

Samsung says its 105-inch TV is the world's largest UHD model. It can also bend with a flip of switch to go from completely flat to having a slight curve.
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UHD TVs

Another look at the massive 105-inch UHD TV from Samsung.
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UHD video

There's plenty of content for your UHD TV, Samsung said.
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Samsung Galaxy Camera 2

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Samsung Smart Camera NX30

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Samsung's Chef Collection

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Chefs Michel Troisgros and Christopher Kostow explain how they helped Samsung design new appliances.
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Samsung's smart microwave

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Dishwasher

Samsung's new dishwasher has a "water wall" to get your dishes clean.
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Samsung does laundry

"Largest capacity" washing machine and dryer can wash two king-size comforters at once.
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Michael Bay

Director Michael Bay on stage for a few minutes before he walked off. He was slated to talk about 4K and UHD technology from a filmmaker's standpoint.
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Mark Cuban on stage at Samsung's event.
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Samsung CEO BK Yoon

Samsung CEO BK Yoon on stage at CES.
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"In 10 years, 1 billion people will be over the age of 60," Yoon said.
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Tim Baxter, president of Samsung Electronics America, on stage at CES.
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Smart Home

Samsung Smart Home service, which controls smart appliances from your phone.
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Joe Stinziano, EVP of Samsung Electronics America, talks about UHD TVs.
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