Samsung Multimedia Coke Machine Video
Samsung Multimedia Coke Machine Video Transcript
>> Brian Tong here with cnet.com at CES 2009. Do you want to find some crazy things here at CES? This is the multimedia Coca-Cola machine. It's a collaboration between Samsung and Coca-Cola and this is an all-touch screen interface so I'm thirsty, we've been working the floor, I'm going to go here and see what Coke I have. You can actually interact with and spin the bottle; spin it and you know what I'm pretty thirsty, I'm going to see if that thing actually works. Oh here we go--it's a Coke bottle. I'm going to make sure this is the real thing. Oh it's the real thing. Okay for cnet.com I'm Brian Tong. Cheers.
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