Samsung and LG have unveiled two new home computer designs that are intended to be used in the home for watching movies, playing games and doing other household tasks.
The first of the devices, the Samsung S6 Pro, is a home-like machine that looks a lot like the Samsung Galaxy S6, except it features a curved screen that curves inwards to create a sort of flat surface for watching video and surfing the web.
The Samsung S7 Pro, on the other hand, is essentially a giant Samsung Galaxy Note 5 that is able to tilt and scroll.
Both of the new Samsung products are priced at $499 for the Samsung Note 5 and $699 for the S6 Plus, but both devices are designed to work with either a Mac or Windows PC.
The Samsung S5 Pro is powered by the same Snapdragon 801 processor that powers the Samsung G6 and G6 Plus.
This is the same chip that powers Apple’s iPhone 6s and iPhone 6 Plus, as well as Samsung’s recent flagship devices, such as the Galaxy Note 4 and Galaxy S5.
Both devices are powered by Intel’s Skylake microarchitecture, which includes 16 cores, four of which are hyperthreading.
The S5 Plus is powered with the same 8-core chip that power the S5, but it has an extra dual-core “core 2.3GHz” unit that is optimized for gaming.
Samsung’s S6 will be the first device to include the Intel Skylake-based Exynos 8895 processor, which it is rumored to be using in the Galaxy S7.
It will also include a new Adreno 330 GPU with up to 6GB of DDR4 RAM and a new 32-bit CPU architecture called Krait.
LG is launching its own smart home device.
The LG Home TV will be a full-screen remote control for the home that is built into the TV itself.
The device features a 5-inch display that has a resolution of 480 by 960 pixels, a 1080p display, and an audio jack that connects to a speaker system.
The system will feature a range of functions, including remote control of lights, thermostats, security cameras, and a thermostat.
Both devices feature Bluetooth 4.0 LE, a technology that was first introduced in the Samsung Electronics TVs and phones, which makes them compatible with most wireless accessories and will make them compatible for all of Samsung’s devices.
The devices will also come with Android Auto, which is Samsung’s smart-phone-based operating system.
Finally, both of the S7 devices will have a dedicated home security camera that is equipped with two cameras, one for video and one for audio.
Samsung has also promised that the LG Home Camera can record and share images to a “cloud.”
The new smart home devices will launch on September 25th.
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