The Korean electronics giant, one of the few companies to draw huge crowds at its events, will kick off its press conference at 2 p.m. PT on Monday at the Mandalay Bay hotel in Las Vegas. CNET's David Katzmaier, Jessica Dolcourt, James Martin, and I will be on hand to bring you all the juicy details, photos, and running commentary throughout the event.
Samsung isn't just the world's biggest smartphone maker but is also the largest TV seller and one of the fastest growing PC and tablet vendors. The company typically only enters markets it believes it can eventually take over. Next up for Samsung is with the goal to be No. 1 in that market by 2015. CES marks the chance for Samsung's consumer electronics business to highlight its newest innovations.
Samsung got a jump on the show, releasing some of its news before CES even started. That includes details about new TVs, including aand a new for its televisions. Samsung also said it will such as a fine-tuned voice interaction service and improved gestures. That's not all Samsung has in store for the living room, with many more TVs and home audio products sure to appear.
Computers and tablets are another area Samsung will discuss at the show. It's believed to be launching aOne area that likely won't make a showing at CES is smartphones. Samsung unveiled the as well as other possible computing devices. Samsung also will release new home appliances and cameras. It revealed the earlier this week.
There could be some surprises or innovative technologies shown, though. At CES last year, Samsung dazzled the crowd with its