Dubbed “Wonder-full”, the spot is the first of Samsung’s 2010 “Dedicated to Wonder” campaign that features a family of three who, on a visit to an aquarium, conduct the improbable feat of slicing out a large cube of water, fish intact, lashing it to the roof of their car and driving it home, where the
Ever feel distrustful of someone whose social-network profile-pic pose is exaggerated or contrived? Well, your skepticism is justified, according to this Samsung promotional video, in which monsters work the angles to look more presentable on Facebook and MySpace. [Source: AdFreak]
The brushed-aluminum LED-lit C9000 is not just the handsomest slender TV at the show, it comes with the most innovative Wi-Fi remote control—one that looks suspiciously like an iPhone and feels suspiciously like a Samsung phone. Why a Wi-Fi video remote? So you can watch a Blu-ray on your TV while checking out the game
At the announcement of their new superfast Jet phone, Samsung used used Project Natal-esque holographic gestures for effect. The Jet seems cool, but we just want to hear more about the holographic gimmickry! Designed by Korean firm D’strict, the tech is a combination of infrared motion sensing and 3D imagery, pretty much like Microsoft’s Project
Its glossy black finish and polished Darth Vader design makes Samsung’s newest Blu-ray box, the BD-P4600, stand out from every other player on the market. Well, it actually doesn’t stand anywhere at all — it comes with the metal brackets to mount it on a wall or plant it on a desktop pedestal. And like
Beautiful flash site with “heavy” Japanese web design style. I guess Japanese web design really represents and influences the Asian market. Luv the 3D rotating function that reveals every details of the camera and not-so-annoy background music. Great site overall!
This flash site uses lots videos and most of them can be interacted by a mouse or webcam. The loading time is a little bit slow but worth the wait. The phone looks pretty cool in the dark but features are just ok.
Samsung. They’re still on top, leading the US flat panel market with 20% of the market share. But Sony, who used to be in second place, has been pushed to third. The culprit? Vizio. Here’s how the flat panel television market looked as of Q4 2008: 20.2% – Samsung 14.3% – Vizio 13.5% – Sony
Samsung is working hard to up the ante on cellphone camera resolution. But forget digital cameras. With their 8MP Omnia HD, they’re going after camcorders. The new Omnia HD features a 3.7-inch (360×640) screen, HSUPA, GPS, Bluetooth and either 8 or 16GB of storage along with an additional MicroSDHC slot. But what’s more exciting about
Samsung’s P3 has been official in other parts of the globe for awhile now, but the outfit has decided to wait until CES to make it so here in the States. As anticipated, the PMP arrives with its “evolutionary” EmoTure user interface, 4/8/16/32GB of internal storage, haptic feedback, a 3-inch WQVGA display, DNSe 3.0 sound
Here is the promotional site for the new Samsung MP3 Player Q1. It uses American cartoon style comic theme and it has the best intergrated Flip-E-Book I have ever seen. Each individual sections is unique and interactive. Take some time to load but it’s one of the best flash site of 2008!!
Samsung also aims to share the pie of music phone category with Nokia. The site is very clean and elegant with smooth interactivities. Users can create their own sound tracks by interacting with many sound elements.