Yep folks, you read it right! The first of its kind to possess an Android Jellybean Operating system pre-installed once its released has finally announced by Samsung. Continue reading »
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Heads up tab fanatics! Samsung will now be officially accepting reservations for the 16GB Galaxy Tab 10.1 and the 8GB Galaxy S WiFi 5 starting today, August 17, 2011. Continue reading »
The official SamsungMobile YouTube channel has just released an official product demonstration video of Samsung GALAXY Tab 10.1. Continue reading »
Yes people, you read it right! The fastest emerging smartphone in town, Samsung Galaxy S II, has just reached its 3 million unit pre-orders worldwide according to a recent press released by Samsung.
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LAS VEGAS, Jan. 7, 2009 – Samsung Electronics America, a subsidiary of Samsung Electronics Corporation, the number one brand of LCD monitors in the world, today launched a set of high-performance monitors that offer a seamless multi-display solution for optimal viewing opportunities. The monitors include a new 22-inch SyncMaster 2243QW, as well as the laptop companion monitors LD220 and LD190X. All three monitors incorporate Samsung’s UbiSync technology to help extend users’ visual workspace by connecting up to six displays to a PC via USB cable.
UbiSync technology creates a multi-monitor system that can be operated from a single PC without a graphics card or complex software installations. The technology is especially valuable to users who desire portability and a larger, richer screen surface to help maximize productivity and visual effects.
“Samsung’s UbiSync technology takes our monitors to a new level of distinction among users whose expectations increase with the ever-evolving display market,” said R.A Atanus, Vice President of Product Marketing at Samsung Electronics’ Information Technology Division. “These three new monitors show that innovation, technology and style are not exclusive of each other. Samsung’s commitment to provide the best displays ensures users always get excellent graphics and versatility.”