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Thursday, October 17, 2013
New Samsung Media Player Helps Any TV Get Smart


Samsung has made available in the U.S. the Samsung Smart Media Player (GX-SM530CF), bringing live TV content and all of the Smart TV apps to current TVs that lack Smart Hub capabilities.

The Samsung Smart Media Player supports content from major cable providers and does not require monthly service fees associated with a cable box rental. Users can rent a CableCARD from their cable provider and insert it into the device, providing access to local channels and content. With the remote, viewers can toggle from cable content to movies, videos, games and other Smart TV content all with a finger swipe.

With the included remote, viewers can seamlessly switch between cable content to the many video and social apps available through the device.

The Samsung Smart Media Player comes packed with more than 100 Smart apps including Amazon Instant Video, Netflix, VUDU, YouTube and more. The built-in Samsung S-Recommendation feature helps users discover what they want to watch without surfing channels. Based on what users are watching, S-Recommendation becomes smarter and will queue new shows and content to watch now or in the future.

Samsung Smart Media Player also comes with AllShare, which allows viewers to share content from their mobile devices to their TV from anywhere. With the Screen Mirroring feature, users can share video and photos on the big screen with the push of a button on a compatible smartphone or tablet.

The Samsung Smart Media Box will be available on October 23rd at the retail price of $149.99.




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