Residents of the US who have been patiently waiting for the launch of Samsung’s new Samsung HomeSync set-top box which has been designed to run Google’s Android operating system. Will be pleased to learn that it’s now arrived in the US and is available to purchase for $299.
The Samsung HomeSync was expected to launch in the US on October 6th 2013 but after a short delay is now available to purchase.
The new Samsung HomeSync set-top box has been designed to allow users to share content with Android devices and other Samsung creations and simply connects to your HDTV by a HDMI port and is powered by a 1.7GHz dual-core processor.
Other features of the Samsung HomeSync Android set-top box included 2GB of RAM running Google’s latest Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean operating system and its supplied with 1TB of storage on board.
The Samsung HomeSync device supports eight separate accounts and comes with connectivity provided by both Wi-Fi and Bluetooth. Allowing services such as Google Play, Netflix and YouTube to be enjoyed. Samsung’s Nanda Ramachandran, vice president of emerging business at Samsung Mobile explains a little more about its Samsung HomeSync device.
“HomeSync is a powerful platform that we envision to be the center of a household’s connected life,”-“We saw an opportunity to create a companion device at home, that seamlessly syncs all of your mobile content wherever you are.”
Source: Android Community
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