Best moments from Samsung's CES 2018 press conference
You know even when I talk to consumers about buying a new TV, I often hear how tedious it can be to do all the setup.
Adding apps, and that lengthy login process.
Yes, we spent a lot of time thinking about how we could overhaul that process by using the device you already use the most.
And there's all the information you need to set up a TV at your smart phone.
Just connect your android or IOS phone to the TV via Bluetooth low energy.
And when it's connected, you see this, you get this pop-up.
When you get this pop-up, all you need to do is just press the set-up And it's actually loading necessary information from your phone to the TV via Smart Things Cloud.
Next I want to talk about universal guide cause I think it's important.
I'm a UFC fan and I've set it up so that when a fight I want to watch is about to start, I'm gonna get an alert here.
Okay, so there you go.
There's an alert.
It says it's starting in one minute.
So to tune in to that channel, all I need to do this time is just click Watch, and there you go.
When the door rings, we can check who's at the door right from the TV screen.
Without missing any of the action.
All right so why don't you click that thing and view it in full screen.
And then there you go.
So we've made the 2018 family help more personal than ever.
As you mentioned it earlier Joe It now recognizes multiple voices and knows your preferences based on the voice.
Play my morning brief.
Good morning, Joe.
Here is your morning brief.
You have sales meeting at 8 AM.
Meeting at 12:15 PM.
Samsung CES 2018 Press Conference until PM.
Yes, we do.
Followed by Team Meeting and Working Dinner at 6 PM.
Have a great day, Joe.
It wouldn't be CES without an amazing new Samsung TV.
Ladies and gentlemen, I'm talking about the Samsung MicroLED TV.
The world's very first consumer television with self-omitting MicroLED technology.
It uses nonorganic materials and does not require a color filter to produce perfect blacks, and accurate color.
The MicroLED does not sacrifice brightness or viewing angle either.
And the Samsung MicroLED is modular.
Meaning any size you want, any configuration you can think of, this TV's design transforms the concept of what's possible.
Notebook 9 pen.
[APPLAUSE] It is our lightest and most durable 2-in-1 PC ever.
Giving you the power and flexibility to work wherever you are.
It weighs only 2.2 pounds.
And has a 360 degree, rotating hinge for optimal display.
Best of all, the S Pen is powered by the PC itself, so it never needs to be charged.
Now this is a productive, powerful, and portable PC.
Samsung Flip is a portable, fully integrated and interactive white board.
That can connect to your PC and your phone, so you can easily share and mark up content together as a team.
So here is the notebook 9 pen, and the last slide that we were working on
And I just have one suggestion that I wanna add in here.
I'd like to slide this over, and we've been talking about this target consumer all day, and I'd like to go ahead and make that a graphic on the side there.
So with my Note 8, I simply tap to connect, using NFC technology,
And like that, I have video and two-way control of my phone.
Our intelligent digital cockpit shown for the first time here at CES 2018.
Securely delivers greater productivity and personalization with countless apps and enterprise services.
The digital cockpit merges the instruing cluster and the entertainment systems of the car into one.
With Harmon's sophisticated sound solutions, and branded audio systems, and integrating Bixby, and the cloud, the [UNKNOWN] delivers a more personalized, more entertaining in car experience than ever before.
Set your thermostat on the way home, see what groceries you and you're family have before you go to the super market, stream your music in the car and have it playing on your smart speaker when you come home.
Seemless connectivity to your digital life.
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