Following the look we got at the device back at the Mobile World Congress, Samsung made it known that its Samsung HomeSync would arriving this month, something that has now taken place alongside a video giving a run down of the Android TV box. With the device comes 1TB of integrated storage, as well as support for six devices at once.
In addition to the 1TB of storage mentioned above, the Samsung HomeSync is hailed as being silent with no vibration, running on a 1.7GHz processor and offering a microUSB port, an HDMI video out port, and a couple of USB 3.0 ports. There's also an Ethernet port, Bluetooth, WiFi, and NFC Tag for connectivity and an optical audio feature.
With the HomeSync comes support for many of Samsung's popular devices, including the GALAXY S 4, the Galaxy S III, Galaxy Note II, Galaxy Note 8.0, Galaxy Camera, Galaxy Note 10.1 2014, and other devices from the maker that support Samsung Link. Both automated and manual downloading and uploading is available, as well as multiple accounts to keep everyone's data separate.
Samsung's CEO JK Shin said: "Now, you can stream video from your Samsung GALAXY device to your TV or flip through photos on the big screen for your whole family to see. That time spent with family is more important than manually backing up content." You can check out our run down of the device in our hands-on.