02:59PM EDT - I think we're done with the live blog though! Now off to hands on time!

02:58PM EDT - Live entertainment

02:58PM EDT - "One more huge surprise to announce"

02:58PM EDT - HomeSync Lite, turns device into a home server/personal cloud

02:57PM EDT - Samsung SoundAlive 2.2 channel?

02:57PM EDT - quad-core CPU

02:57PM EDT - Premium metal frame though?

02:57PM EDT - Design inspired by the SGS4

02:56PM EDT - ATIV One 5 Style - all-in-one

02:56PM EDT - Book 9 Lite comes in Marble White, Ash Black and Wine Red

02:56PM EDT - Hmm quad-core? This thing has to be Kabini based

02:56PM EDT - quad-core CPU, 16.9mm thin, 1.44kg

02:56PM EDT - ATIV Book 9 Lite

02:55PM EDT - You can operate your SGS smartphone screen via your notebook

02:55PM EDT - Samsung Side Sync, lets you move content between your Samsung smartphone and ATIV Book 9 Plus

02:55PM EDT - yep this is running Windows 8.1, note the start button in their screen shots

02:54PM EDT - qHD+ 3200 x 1800 touch screen display

02:54PM EDT - 4 hours more battery life than the previous model

02:54PM EDT - 13.6mm thin and 1.39kg for the ATIV Book 9 Plus, 12 hours of battery life

02:54PM EDT - ATIV Book 9 Plus is next

02:54PM EDT - No word on what's inside the ATIV Tab 3, CloverTrail+? Too early for Bay Trail

02:53PM EDT - And features an S Pen as well

02:53PM EDT - ...for free

02:53PM EDT - Comes with Office 2013

02:52PM EDT - 8.5 hours of battery life

02:51PM EDT - Running full Windows 8

02:51PM EDT - 10.1-inch display

02:51PM EDT - 8.2mm thin, 550g

02:50PM EDT - Now on to the ATIV Tab 3

02:49PM EDT - Chassis made out of magnesium

02:49PM EDT - 13.9mm thin, 1.29 kg

02:48PM EDT - The ATIV Q also features an S Pen

02:48PM EDT - Display can lift up and away revealing an integrated physical keyboard

02:47PM EDT - Up to 9 hours of battery life

02:47PM EDT - Intel Haswell CPU

02:46PM EDT - You can pin Android apps to the Windows 8 start screen

02:46PM EDT - Button on the front switches between Android and Windows 8

02:45PM EDT - 178-degree viewing angle

02:45PM EDT - "So bright you can use it in very bright sunlight"

02:44PM EDT - 275 PPI

02:44PM EDT - This thing has to run Windows 8.1

02:43PM EDT - qHD+ 3200 x 1800!

02:43PM EDT - 13.3" display

02:42PM EDT - Looks like a modern take on ASUS' Eee Pad Slider

02:42PM EDT - Starting with the convertible ATIV Q

02:41PM EDT - Family: Tab 3, Book 9, One 5, Q - tablet, notebook, all-in-one, hybrid convertible

02:41PM EDT - ATIV is to Windows as Galaxy is to Android

02:41PM EDT - Talking about the ATIV family first

02:38PM EDT - Head of European ATIV Marketing, Patrick Povel taking the stage

02:37PM EDT - Done with the Galaxy announcements, off to ATIV now

02:36PM EDT - Now showing off smart mode, auto presets

02:36PM EDT - "Separate ISP"

02:36PM EDT - 1.6GHz quad-core

02:35PM EDT - 4.8" HD TFT LCD display

02:34PM EDT - Running Android 4.2.2

02:34PM EDT - 1/6000 max shutter speed

02:34PM EDT - NX300's Hybrid AF is present in Galaxy NX

02:34PM EDT - 20.3MP APS-C sensor

02:33PM EDT - Fully compatible with other Samsung NX camera lenses

02:32PM EDT - "Features you'd expect from a high-end mirrorless camera and the power of Android"

02:32PM EDT - "Taking the notion of connected camera to a whole new level"

02:31PM EDT - Galaxy NX introduction time

02:30PM EDT - Smart mode suggest - automatically chooses from 12 smart modes, and gives you the best one based on the shooting situation you're in

02:29PM EDT - "25 smart modes to choose from"

02:29PM EDT - Spin a ring around the lens that fires up a set of quick launch shortcuts

02:28PM EDT - Spin the ring, take a picture, hit send and it'll go directly to the person you're talking to

02:28PM EDT - Can take photos while in the middle of a call

02:28PM EDT - Now onto Software features: In-call photo share

02:27PM EDT - Available in white frost or black mist

02:27PM EDT - 16MP sensor, xenon flash

02:26PM EDT - Now showing off OIS working on the SGS4 Zoom

02:25PM EDT - "better glass for better pictures"

02:25PM EDT - "Officially the SGS4 zoom is the only smartphone in the world with a 10x optical zoom"

02:24PM EDT - Now on to the SGS4 zoom

02:24PM EDT - It's a pretty cool phone for those really worried about dropping their phone in water

02:22PM EDT - Pulled the phone out of the water, now they're taking a photo of us with it

02:22PM EDT - But you can use the volume rocker as a camera button

02:22PM EDT - Touch screen doesn't work under water

02:21PM EDT - Just dropped it in water

02:21PM EDT - Now they're about to test the SGS4 Active

02:20PM EDT - From Brian's launch post on the SGS4 Active: http://www.anandtech.com/show/7031/samsung-makes-galaxy-s-4-active-official-ip67-and-ruggedized

02:20PM EDT - "The SGS4 Active includes an IP67 rating, which means it's fully sealed against dust (first digit 6 connotes a completely dust sealed design), and submergible up to 1 meter for up to 30 minutes (second digit 7)"

02:20PM EDT - IP67 certified

02:19PM EDT - Now comes the SGS4 Active, Brian was pretty excited about this one

02:19PM EDT - dual-core 1.7GHz, 1900mAh battery, 8MP camera, 1.9MP front facing camera

02:18PM EDT - Recapping the SGS4 mini: 4.3" qHD Super AMOLED

02:18PM EDT - Starting with the SGS4 mini

02:17PM EDT - First time the new SGS4 derivatives are making an actual appearance

02:16PM EDT - Blue arctic, purple mirage, red aurora, brown autumn, pink twilight

02:16PM EDT - Five new colors on the SGS4

02:15PM EDT - Samsung loves popup books apparently

02:15PM EDT - Setting the scene with a short video

02:14PM EDT - VP of European telecom operations at Samsung, Jean-Daniel Ayme

02:14PM EDT - Now onto product demos

02:13PM EDT - Samsung Galaxy NX, world's first interchangeable camera with LTE camera and powered by Android

02:12PM EDT - ATIV Book 9 Lite, lower cost

02:12PM EDT - Notebook PC line gets updates too: ATIV Book 9 Plus

02:11PM EDT - "World's thinnest Windows based tablet"

02:11PM EDT - ATIV Tab 3

02:11PM EDT - Features an integrated keyboard

02:11PM EDT - Supports both Windows and Android

02:11PM EDT - ATIV Q

02:10PM EDT - Today announcing two new ATIV tablets

02:10PM EDT - "Galaxy S 4 range is now complete"

02:08PM EDT - Now talking about SGS4 Active, mini and zoom

02:08PM EDT - Tonight we will show you how you can bring our customers a wide variety of choices

02:08PM EDT - Now thanking all of his customers for supporting the Galaxy S 4

02:07PM EDT - "Sincerely appreciate the attention the world has given the SGS4"

02:07PM EDT - SGS4 feedback has been "very rewarding and encouraging"

02:06PM EDT - Recapping Galaxy S 4 launch now

02:06PM EDT - er DJ Lee

02:06PM EDT - DR Lee, President and head of sales and marketing at Samsung IT/Mobile Comms division just took the stage

02:05PM EDT - some "seriously cool" surprises

02:05PM EDT - "Things will be popping up throughout this evening"

02:05PM EDT - "Pop-up theme to this event"

02:04PM EDT - There's a video playing, talking about Samsung's focus on improving our lives using their technology

02:03PM EDT - We're starting!

01:59PM EDT - The show is about to start!



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  • gxtoast - Thursday, June 20, 2013 - link

    OMG, these two presenters are shockingly terrible. Reply
  • dealcorn - Thursday, June 20, 2013 - link

    It would be nice if your software package had a button so the reader could reverse the sort order. The content is good but for those who miss the live, original edition, it is easier to read from top to bottom. Reply
  • crazedmodder - Thursday, June 20, 2013 - link

    Ok so the Ativ 9 Plus is 13.3 inches? And the lite? I only wanted to know about if the 15" is getting a screen that is actually good! Kind of a lame reveal.

    The Q is cool though, I wonder what kind of processor it has.
  • sna1970 - Saturday, June 22, 2013 - link

    i5 ulv Reply
  • Mountainjoy - Thursday, June 20, 2013 - link

    So does Windows 8.1 then have a scaling fix or is that 3200x1800 13.3 inch screen almost impossible to work on? Reply
  • peterfares - Thursday, June 20, 2013 - link

    I'm surprised that no one knows that Windows can scale since Vista.

    3200x1800 works excellently because it is twice the width and height of 1600x900 (great for a 13.3") and at 200% it can pixel-double things which aren't DPI-aware (so things don't look like crap).
  • ShieTar - Friday, June 21, 2013 - link

    Actually "working" on high-resolution screens hasn't been a problem since Windows XP. It's mostly games that refuse to support DPI scaling. Reply
  • efeman - Thursday, June 20, 2013 - link

    Could someone please explain to me why these kinds of displays are happening, yet us desktop enthusiasts are stuck with a stagnant monitor market (that has been so for years)? The R&D should be trickling... up... to us, shouldn't it? Reply
  • peterfares - Thursday, June 20, 2013 - link

    It doesn't even require R&D to make high resolution screens. The tech has existed for quite some time. The 1920x1200 15" laptop screens had way higher DPI than we have ever seen on a desktop. Reply
  • acexii - Thursday, June 20, 2013 - link

    any idea what the surprise that is supposed to happen at 3.45PM EDT? Reply

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