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Samsung Internet@TV: the best of the Internet now faster on your television

Autor: Siobhan Hayes
03/15/2010, 12:15 CET

Watch the latest news highlights or funny YouTube clip around the clock on your TV screen now, this can be done more simply and more quickly. Samsung has completely renewed its Internet@TV platform and is presenting the HDTV-enabled Samsung Apps gallery for its TV sets, Blu-ray players and Blu-ray home cinema systems. Selected conveniently using the remote control, the user can access popular content such as, TV Digital and music television and will therefore find the right app for any situation.

Information, communication and entertainment: with a click on the remote control, a widely ranging, informative and easy to use selection of Internet content opens up. Fans of video content from the web will be especially enthusiastic, since they can now enjoy the latest sports videos or music clips on the large screen with Samsung instead of on the small PC. With the new apps, the television becomes an entertainment terminal and the viewer takes on a more and more active role.

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