Samsung revealed a host of new ATIV-branded Windows hardware yesterday, including the innovative ATIV Q, which ships with both Android and Windows 8 on board, ATIV Book notebooks and ATIV One all in one PC.
Get the guided tour of Samsung’s new Android-based Personal Cloud device.
These media hubs, they’re like buses. You don’t see one for ages, and then two come along at once. This week we head about Samsung’s extended push into the networked-media, smartphone-syncing world courtesy of HomeSync, and then today Chinese jack-of-all-trades HUAWEI took the wraps off their own device, called the MediaQ.
Every time I convince myself the standalone digital media receiver is dead, some Consumer Electronics company pops up with the next big thing. Today, it’s the turn of Samsung who have unveiled the Android-based HomeSync – a 1TB, Android-powered set top box designed to to push media to your big screen TV… and a whole lot more.
At CES, the year of the Cloud service continues, this time with Acer whose AcerCloud file-synchronisation service will ship with new PCs and Android devices in Quarter 2 2012. Just don’t mention iCloud, okay?
Is 2012 the year of the Cloud Service? This year, NETGEAR is joining the App phenomenon with apps that will be available for their latest routers, ReadyNAS® storage devices, media players and future products.
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