At this year’s CES, Samsung showed off new QD-OLED TVs, a 57-inch 8K gaming display, the 2023 Freestyle projector, and new Bespoke intelligent appliances. During the company’s keynote, they also spoke in detail about their product’s unique features and upgrades, such as a new wash cycle for washing machines that can help reduce microplastic pollution.
The presenters also talked about SmartThings Pet Care and SmartThings Workspace. SmartThings Workspace lets you connect to connected devices remotely. Samsung‘s pet service can send alerts when your dogs bark and play a show or video on a corresponding screen to keep them busy. Plus, the camera on the brand’s robot vacuum can now tell the difference between dogs and cats.
Samsung also showed off its newest SmartThings hub, the smallest one yet. The SmartThings Station, as it’s called, has a button you can use to set up smart devices like smart blinds, intelligent lights, and smart air conditioners. It’s the first Samsung product with built-in Matter support, which means it can connect to other devices from other companies with Matter support.
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All of the latest Samsung smart TVs can now sync with Philips Hue Lights to create more immersive lighting effects. The company also talked about the Knox Matrix, a security solution for its smart home devices that works like a private blockchain system.
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Last, Samsung showed off the car technology it made with Harmon and a display technology called Relumino mode that can help people with low vision see images more clearly.
In the video above, you can see a shortened version of the event that gives you a good idea of what Samsung has to say.
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