Samsung AllShare Play Video
Samsung AllShare Play Video Transcript
Hi. This is Brian Bennet CNET.com and today we're taking a look at Samsung's new television. Their new line up for 2012 has a lot really excellent features. One of them is something called (All share?) play and what is enable us to do is using Android app to transfer files such as photos from your phone or your tablets over to compatible televisions. Another really interesting feature is something called Smart view which lets you share video across your home network via wifi on to say your tablet or your smart phone essentially you'll be able to watch television from anywhere you have these devices handy within your home. Now these smart view features available now but the (All share?) play app is actually just a prototype but we'll be heading devices soon. I'm Brian Bennet CNET.com.
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