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Thursday, October 03, 2013
Samsung Introduces Shape Wireless Speaker And Samsung HomeSync


Samsung announced today the availability of the Samsung Shape Wireless Audio Multiroom speaker system (WAM750), enabling music lovers to enjoy entertainment in any room of the house, from various music sources.

Samsung also today announced the availability Samsung HomeSync, an Android media center for storing, synchronizing and streaming content across multiple devices.

The flexible Shape speaker can be used alone or in combination with the Samsung Hub (WAM250) and additional M7 speakers to create a multi-room system.

Plug and play installation makes set-up easy: connect the M7 or optional Samsung Hub to a router, plug in, and download the free app to control multiple speakers and audio sources from a smartphone. With the Samsung Hub (WAM250) you are able to connect additional M7 speakers in any room of their home while eliminating the need to connect any of the speakers to a router. For one-to-one pairing of an M7 to a smartphone, Bluetooth with NFC functionality is also included.

The Samsung Shape M7 supports dual-band WiFi for uninterrupted stream across any device, along with the multi-Channel Mesh Network technology to prevent network traffic problems by automatically searching for and finding clear audio data paths. Compatible with a variety of apps including Amazon Cloud Player, Pandora, Rhapsody, TuneIn Radio and more, the system can be customized to play different music in different rooms, or the same music throughout the home. You can also access content from your own library of music whether it is stored on a smartphone, a laptop or a PC.

The system's design affords a variety of placement choices allowing it to fit snugly in the corner of the wall as if it were custom-designed for the space. It can also be positioned vertically or horizontally.

The system itself features a Foam Core Woofer, CNT pulp cone mid-range speakers, and silk dome tweeters with advanced speaker enclosures.

Samsung's Shape Wireless Audio Multiroom system, which includes one M7 speaker, will be available on October 13th at the retail price of $399.99. The Samsung Hub will also be available on October 13th at a retail price of $49.99.

Samsung HomeSync: Brings Your Galaxy Devices to Your TV

Samsung also today announced today that Samsung HomeSync, a household Android media center for storing, synchronizing and streaming content across multiple devices, will be available beginning October 6 for $299. With HomeSync you can share, view and control content from your Galaxy device directly on your TV while at home or on the go.

HomeSync's Android user interface is simililar to your Galaxy smartphone or tablet. It allows you to use their Galaxy device as a remote control to browse through various entertainment choices on your TV. HomeSync also provides 1TB (terabyte) of secure storage for up to eight separate accounts and allows each user the option to sync, as well as upload and download mobile content.



HomeSync is compatible with the Galaxy S 4, Galaxy Note 3, the Galaxy S III, Galaxy Note II, Galaxy Note 8.0, Galaxy Note 10.1 - 2014 Edition, Galaxy Camera, and other devices that use Samsung Link.

It connects to a TV with an HDMI connection, allowing any TV to be a smart TV. It has its own CPU and supports wired or wireless mouse and keyboard.

Samsung HomeSync will be available at Samsung Experience Shops located in Best Buy and Best Buy Mobile specialty stores, Newegg, Amazon.com and Samsung.com beginning October 6 for $299.

Application developers can make their existing Android apps compatible with HomeSync in the Google Play Store with as little as one line of code.

Samsung HomeSync
Component Description
CPU GAIA 1.7 GHz (Cortex A15 dual core)
Memory 2 GB DDR3 + 8 GB eMMC + 1 TB HDD
OS Android, v4.2 (Jelly Bean)
Display N/A
Resolution N/A
Camera N/A
Body Dimensions 183.5 x 135.8 x 29.9
Weight 730 g
Connectivity 3G/4G N/A
LAN Gigabit Ethernet
Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n 2.4 GHz & a/n 5 GHz HT40 2x2 MIMO Channel Bonding
Bluetooth V4.0
Interface USB 3.0 External USB I/F Connection (x 2)
Micro USB PC Connection 5pin mUSB (x1)
HDMI out Supported (HDMI1.4, Maximum Resolution: FHD)
Optical Audio Audio Amp. Connection
Codec Video H.264, H.263, MPEG4, VC-1, Sorenson Spark, WMV7/8, MP43, VP8, DivX
Audio MP3, AAC LC/AAC+/eAAC+, WMA 9 standard/10pro/Lossless, FLAC, Vorbis, AMR-NB/WB, Wav, Mid, AC-3, DTS
DRM HDCP 1.3/2.1, Playready, Widevine, Trustzone




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