Published On: January 9, 2024

Samsung's CES 2024 Announcements: From AI-Powered TVs, New Soundbars, To Futuristic 8k Projectors

Published On: January 9, 2024
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Samsung's CES 2024 Announcements: From AI-Powered TVs, New Soundbars, To Futuristic 8k Projectors

Samsung takes center stage at CES 2024 with a stunning lineup of AI-powered TVs, immersive audio innovations, and groundbreaking projectors that promise to reshape the future of home entertainment.

Samsung's CES 2024 Announcements: From AI-Powered TVs, New Soundbars, To Futuristic 8k Projectors

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Samsung has once again taken the spotlight at CES 2024 by unveiling an impressive array of products that promise to reshape the way we experience technology in our daily lives. This year's showcase includes an extensive TV lineup featuring AI-powered enhancements, an innovative fusion of art and audio, and groundbreaking advancements in the world of projectors.

At CES 2024, Samsung introduced its much-anticipated TV lineup for the year, featuring a wide range of AI-powered features and improvements across its Neo QLED and OLED TV series. The company's focus on AI technology is evident, promising to enhance picture quality, sound clarity, and user customization.

The Neo QLED 8K lineup for 2024 includes the QN800D and QN900D models, available in sizes ranging from 65 to 85 inches. These TVs offer enhanced sound and design improvements, with the QN900D Neo QLED being recognized as the slimmest 8K TV to date.

The main feature is the new NQA AI Gen3 processor, twice as fast as its predecessor and incorporating eight times as many neural networks. AI Upscaling Pro, another prominent feature, upscales lower-resolution content to 8K, addressing the current scarcity of native 8K content.

Samsung's CES promises to reshape the future of home entertainment with a stunning lineup of AI-powered TVs, immersive audio innovations, and groundbreaking projectors.

Samsung's AI Motion Enhancer Pro improves sports and fast-paced action scenes by automatically detecting and tracking specific sports balls, reducing blurriness. The Real Depth Enhancer Pro enhances contrast and depth perception in fast-moving scenes through AI manipulation of the Mini LEDs. Gamers will appreciate the support for 240Hz VRR, ensuring smoother gameplay without sacrificing resolution.

The redesigned One Connect Box simplifies cable management and device connectivity with its more compact U-shaped layout. The Infinity Air Stand and Now+ feature offer aesthetic enhancements and functionality even when the TV is turned off.

The Neo QLED 4K lineup introduces the QN90D, available in a massive 98-inch size, and the QN85D, available in sizes ranging from 55 to 85 inches. These TVs feature an updated Neural Quantum Processor, 4K upscaling, and the upgraded Real Depth Enhancer Pro for improved picture quality.

Samsung's OLED lineup for 2024 includes the S90D and S95D models, ranging from 55 to 77 inches. One standout feature is the introduction of Samsung's 'OLED Glare-Free' technology, designed to maintain image sharpness, reduce reflections, and preserve color accuracy in both bright and dark rooms, promising an immersive viewing experience without distractions from glare.

Samsung's CES 2024 TV lineup features a 'Glare-Free' OLED TV.

The S95D maintains its slim profile at just 11mm thick, supports a 144Hz panel for gaming, and includes enhancements to its built-in speaker distribution for improved Dolby Atmos surround sound.

These TVs are packed with AI-powered features, including Active Voice Amplifier Pro, Audio Subtitles, AI Customization Mode, and the Supersize Picture Enhancer to address pixel discernibility on larger screens. 

Samsung's CES 2024 offerings also include innovative products that merge technology with art for an enhanced audio-visual experience. Among these, the Samsung Music Frame stands out.

Inspired by Samsung's The Frame TVs, the Music Frame combines a 12.9 x 12.9 x 1.7-inch frame with an Art Panel, allowing users to showcase their favorite artwork or photographs while delivering a Dolby Atmos-enabled audio experience. It operates as a standalone Bluetooth or Wi-Fi speaker, serves as an IoT hub, and is compatible with Samsung's Q-Symphony for synchronized audio experiences.

Samsung's CES 2024 - The Music Frame speaker

The Music Frame also incorporates Samsung's SpaceFit Sound technology, adapting audio in real-time based on room acoustics, ensuring an optimal listening experience. This unique fusion of art and audio is a versatile addition to any home audio setup.

Samsung also unveiled an array of soundbars, including the flagship HW-Q990D, which boasts an impressive 11.1.4-channel configuration and supports Dolby Atmos and DTS:X for a captivating audio experience. Other soundbar options cater to different consumer needs, from gaming to audio enthusiasts.

Samsung breathed new life into its popular Premiere projector lineup at CES 2024, introducing advancements in the projector space, including wireless connectivity, sound innovations, and touchscreen capabilities.

The Premiere 8K UST (ultra short throw) projector is the world's first 8K projector with wireless connectivity, thanks to Samsung's Wireless One Connect Box. This innovation allows peripheral devices like streaming devices and DVD players to connect to the box, reducing cable clutter. Additionally, the Premiere 8K offers 100-watt sound output and patented Sound-on-Screen technology for immersive 8.2.2-channel Dolby Atmos sound.

Samsung's CES 2024 - Samsung Premiere 8K UST projector

The projector boasts a triple-laser light source with 4,000 lumens of brightness, which should ensure exceptional image quality even in well-lit rooms. AI upscaling transforms 4K content to 8K, addressing the limited availability of native 8K content. Smart features like auto keystone, autofocus, and screen scaling enhance the user experience.

The Premiere 5, on the other end, is the world's most compact triple-laser ultra short throw projector with touchscreen capabilities, according to the company. It can project an image from just 17 inches and offers various connectivity options, including smartphone mirroring. 

While specific brightness and contrast details remain undisclosed, the projector includes autofocus, keystone, and color balance features, and doubles as a Bluetooth speaker.

Samsung also introduces "Lightwarp," a feature allowing Premiere projectors to turn any object in the room into an interactive display surface, using projection mapping technology. This feature adds a new dimension to the viewing experience by allowing users to project content on surfaces and create customizable dashboards.

Additionally, Samsung's Gaming Hub, previously available on select Samsung devices, is now coming to the Premiere lineup, offering cloud gaming options for enthusiasts.

Although release dates and pricing are yet to be confirmed for these products, Samsung's CES 2024 lineup promises to bring a wave of innovation to the home entertainment and projection markets, offering consumers a wide range of options for enhancing their viewing and listening experiences. Stay tuned for more updates from CES 2024.

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