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Samsung Optical SMART Hub packs DVD burner with media sharing

Samsung Optical SMART Hub packs DVD burner with media sharing

Samsung has taken the wraps off of its latest multimedia-sharing device, the Samsung Optical SMART Hub, an external DVD burner that can share files via WiFi, USB and ethernet connection to your tablet, smartphone, smart TV or computer. Resembling a slightly oversized external drive,at 150 x 198 x 25 mm and 430g, the Optical SMART Hub works alongside a new Android app (with iPhone, Kindle and smart TV apps in the pipeline) for remote access.

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Samsung reveals wireless Home Theater kit

Samsung reveals wireless Home Theater kit

Samsung's AirPlay-toting Audio Docks aren't the only home entertainment kit the company has for CES; there's also a three-strong line-up of home cinema speaker systems, ranging from 7.1-channel lounge-dominators to a slimline 2.1 speaker-bar setup. The Samsung HT-E6730W 7.1 Channel Blu-ray 3D Home Theater System is the most complex, packing 1,330W, a couple of towering column speakers with tilting cones to "vertically cascade" audio down on the listener, and integrated WiFi.

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Samsung Galaxy Note Review

Samsung Galaxy Note Review

Big phone, small tablet, or unnecessary hybrid? Questions bubble up uncontrollably around the Samsung Galaxy Note; strangers can't help but ask questions. No, we don't have tiny hands; no, we didn't put our iPad through a hot wash; no, just because it has a stylus, doesn't mean it's running Windows Mobile. Is 5.3-inches of Android more than any man, woman or child should be expected to stomach, or has Samsung's scattershot approach to mobile device sizing struck gold this time around? Read on for the full SlashGear review.

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Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 Wi-fi Enabled Version Available Nationwide Tomorrow

Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 Wi-fi Enabled Version Available Nationwide Tomorrow

The thinnest and lightest Android tablet in the world is about to be available in the USA at a handful of your favorite retailers - get your wallets out! These retailers include Best Buy Online and in-store, Fry's Electronics, Amazon.com, Micro Center, Tiger Direct and Newegg. For those of you unfamiliar with the tablet, it's a 10-inch touchscreen tablet running Android 3.1 Honeycomb, Google's most up to date tablet-based mobile operating system. This device has been available through the Best Buy Union Square Store in NYC since the 8th of June, and will be available nationwide starting tomorrow!

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DROID Charge Review

DROID Charge Review

Verizon Wireless' first 4G LTE smartphone, the HTC ThunderBolt, paved the way for ultra high-speed handsets, which could double as useful mobile hotspots. Unfortunately it had a heavy thirst, too, giving us a few hours of LTE glee before expiring. The second 4G phone to the network, the Verizon DROID Charge by Samsung, has several challenges then: deliver the same blistering speed but with all-day battery life. This is no ThunderBolt facsimile, though, with the same 4.3-inch Super AMOLED Plus display that we fell in love with from the Samsung Galaxy S II. So, second-time the charm, or 4Get about it? Check out the full SlashGear review after the cut.

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Samsung UN55D8000 55-Inch 1080p 240Hz 3D LED Smart TV

Samsung UN55D8000 55-Inch 1080p 240Hz 3D LED Smart TV

Ever since CES back in January, we've been hearing that 2011 will be "the year of 3D." Happily, Samsung isn't focusing entirely on the third-dimension with its new D8000 Series HDTVs: the 55-inch UN55D8000 also promises superlative 2D performance and Smart TV functionality including network streaming, all wrapped up in a wafer-thin bezel. Still, with a list price of $3,599.99, the D8000 will have to deliver in spades to justify the cost. Check out how this 3D behemoth copes in the full SlashGear review.

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Samsung Galaxy S II Review

Samsung Galaxy S II Review

Samsung has a lot riding on the Galaxy S II. When your displays, chips and memory are found in the flagship devices of OEMs around the world, you have to expect consumers will demand more from the hardware that bears your brand. The Galaxy S II (aka Galaxy S 2 or GSII) has even more to live up to: the original Galaxy S spawned several carrier variants that helped it become the best-selling Android smartphone in the US last year, and positioned Samsung as one of the key names to beat in the segment. So, with dual-core - and freshly overclocked - processor at the ready and a huge, Super AMOLED Plus display providing some eye-catching glitz, the Galaxy S II wades into the crowded smartphone market. New Android king or pretender to the throne? Check out the full SlashGear review after the cut.

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Samsung Smart TV live streaming to Galaxy Tab hands-on [Video]

Samsung Smart TV live streaming to Galaxy Tab hands-on [Video]

Samsung may have had 3D video-on-demand to announce at IFA 2011 this morning, but the company was also demonstrating its smart TV streaming system that can squirt a live video feed from a D7000 or D8000 series HDTV to one of the company's Android-based devices. We grabbed some hands-on time to see whether this is the setup to retire your SlingBox for; check out the video demo and more after the cut.

Video demo after the cut

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Samsung offering 3D Video On Demand in May

Samsung offering 3D Video On Demand in May

SlashGear is at the IFA 2011 Global Press Conference - a taster session ahead of the full show later on in the year - and Samsung has kicked things off with some tasty smart TV and 3D goodness. The company has announced that, as of next month, Samsung will launch a 3D video-on-demand service with free streaming 3D content including IMAX movies previously only available on Blu-ray.

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