A look at Samsung's 2012 product range for notebooks and smart home appliances
Central to Samsung's smart appliance strategy is the Smart Home Control app. This Samsung Galaxy Note is connected via Wi-Fi to a Samsung air conditioner, and can control its temperature even when accessing remotely over 3G.
Power users were catered for with the Series 7 Chronos 17" notebook.
Much cheaper than the Slate or Series 9 was this Series 5 Ultra 13" notebook.
One distraction from the exhibition saw attendees have their caricatures drawn by artists using Samsung Galaxy note smartphone-cum-tablets.
A Samsung executive introduced new TVs, with upgradeable hardware through a Smart Evolution feature.
On the smart-and-connected appliances side of the exhibition this Wi-Fi fridge took pride of place.
It's no less impressively designed, though, with ports including a multi-card reader.
Within a few seconds, any change on the app would see cooler or warmer air produced by the Samsung Wi-Fi air conditioner.
The Samsung Galaxy Beam, a smartphone with inbuilt projector, was introduced with a demonstration for attendees.
The Series 9 uses special break-out connectors for Ethernet and video ports: it's too sleek to build these into the body.
The Samsung Navibot S also has Wi-Fi and can connect to the Smart Home Control service, to be scheduled or disabled. Samsung representatives also hinted towards a possible future app to access the Navibot's front-mounted camera for remote viewing.
The Slate PC can be used with or without a Bluetooth PC or stylus.
On the exhibition floor the second generation Samsung Series 9 notebook was displayed. It's 21 per cent slimmer and 29 per cent smaller than its predecessor.
Another look at the Wi-Fi refrigerator's touchscreen.
Also on display was the Samsung Slate PC. Running Windows 7 with a touch overlay, it doesn't have the impediments of a mobile operating system.
At the 2012 Samsung Forum, a range of products were on show: the theme was wireless connection between devices of all types.
With a touchscreen, it can access Samsung apps and can be used as an interactive noteboard or to store shopping lists.
The Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 was also shown off in 7in and 10in screen sizes.
With a quad-core Intel Core i7 processor and switching NVidia Optimus graphics, it's aimed at professionals as a desktop replacement.
This Wi-Fi washing machine can be controlled remotely -- a user could set it while out or could check how long a load has remaining until complete.
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