Samsung allowed to manage their TV flick of a finger




Samsung Smart TV 2014

Technology companies continue to announce new items on the eve of CES 2014. Last week, Samsung and LG have announced one day in 105-inch curved TVs . Now Samsung decides to share with us some details about the Smart TV 2014 model year. In addition to simplified voice commands, a new line of “smart” TVs South Korean brand added support finger gestures in the distance. Change channels, adjust the volume or rewind the video can now be simple flick of a finger.

As stated in the press release, Samsung, advanced voice control system allows you to interact with the TV much faster. For example, to change the channel is enough to call his number. Previously, this function was performed double team. Voice search results on the Internet are displayed in the bottom of the screen that does not prevent the simultaneous viewing of video.

It is worth noting that on the market today Samsung Smart TV already using voice commands in 11 languages ​​in different countries, but in models 2014 their number will increase to 23. This will allow the company to expand its market.

But the most impressive feature control your TV using gestures, performed with one finger. According to Samsung, switch between channels and menu items can be set using the index finger movements. So far known only one such gesture finger movement counterclockwise stops playing video or navigates to the previous screen.

Further details will be announced during the CES 2014, which will be held from 7 to 10 January in Las Vegas. There also will be announced prices for the new Samsung TVs and deadlines of the sale.

No less interesting technology developed by Microsoft. She proposed software turns any surface into a touchscreen .
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