Samsung launches Smart Media Player

Samsung announced the launch of the Samsung Smart Media Player, bringing live TV content and smart TV apps to viewers that don’t have internet-connected TVs.

The Samsung Smart Media Player (GX-SM530CF) goes on sale in the Us in late October and offers viewers more than 100 smart apps at launch such as Amazon Instant Video, Netflix, Vudu and YouTube.

The built-in Samsung ‘S-Recommendation’ feature allows consumers to discover new content to watch. Based on what customers are watching, S-Recommendation becomes smarter and will queue new shows and content to watch now or in the future.

The AllShare function also allows viewers to share content from their mobile devices to their TV through a screen-mirroring feature which allows customers to share video and photos from a compatible smartphone or tablet.

“With our new Samsung Smart Media Player, we’re providing consumers with an all-in-one solution that makes the TV-watching experience ‘smarter.’ This great product brings the Samsung Smart TV experience to any digital TV, giving customers a seamless home entertainment experience that combines live cable content and Smart TV applications all in one device,” said Jim Kiczek, director of digital audio and video at Samsung Electronics America.

DTG Staff  |  21.10.2013

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