New touch monitor. Series 7 Touch. 1-point multi-touch display.
60 degree tilt for comfortable use of the touch display.
Ten-point multitouch...if only I could control that many fingers at once.
Slim bezel design and impressively wide viewing angle.
B2B is a major focus for Samsung
More content = more complicated, Nair (correctly) says. Solving it is a human interface issue.
The tone grows somber, the background B&W, at the B to B pivot.
This year, Samsung expects to see a significant shift in the consumerization of the enterprise. Most companies support bring your own device (think he said 85 percent of companies)
Samsung for Enterprise. SAFE. Comprehensive suite of security standards, apps, encryption, etc. for Android.
Can expect to see a great deal more from us in this area.
Fox's Bradford: the challenge is using second screen and social stuff to make TV better and more social.
The Safe logo is a broken power switch with wi-fi.
As an aside, this is an incredibly difficult problem to solve. In my experience the only second-screen experience most customers want is to be able to play Angry Birds and check Twitter while they watch TV.
Now Tim Baxter back onstage.
That's it. Samsung ends on a Safe note.
No mention of OLED pricing and availability. My guess: that stuff will come at the March event.
New Smartphones and tablets (aside from Verizon availability of the Galaxy Note 10.1)
MLB's Inzerillo talking about how we're all still trying to figure out the best UI for TV.
But if you're looking for a TV that knows what you want to watch, Sam's your man!
OK everyone, thanks for watching and following along. We'll have more hands-on impressions later.
Cue the jaunty sax music. Bye!
Has it been 20 minutes yet?
People are willing to pay for experiences, and I think there's an exciting future ahead of us! -- De Beer.
That brings the session to a close.
Thank you all for following along with our liveblog!
We're going to wrap this up and go leverage ourselves in context.
Thanks to everyone for joining us here.
We have showed you a fraction of the service on the Hopper, he says.
Clayton invites everyone to the Dish booth, and promises a unique show and entertainment experience.
Clayton is wrapping things up, saying it is the year of the kangeroo.
Okay, that's it folks. Thanks for joining us on this live blog.