LAS VEGAS--All eyes will be on Samsung during the company's press conference at the 2013 International CES. The event kicks off at 2 p.m. PT (5 p.m. ET) on Monday, and CNET will be there to cover it live. We'll have a live video stream, along with a live blog chock full of news and analysis, as it happens.
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Samsung is expected to show plenty of TVs and home theater products. The company late last month hinted at "an unprecedented new TV shape" it will show at CES. The television, which sat vertically instead of horizontally, appeared to be see-through. Samsung also likely will be among the many electronics providers showcasing Ultra HD 4K TVs, among other products.
Samsung has already announced many of its audio and home theater products for 2013, including a Bluetooth speaker with NFC pairing; the BD-F7500 Blu-ray player that offers 4K (Ultra HD) upconversion and content recommendation features; and a home theater system and sound bar, both of which offer the retro vacuum tube sound that Samsung first introduced in 2012 with the DA-E750 audio dock.
In mobile, however, we're not expecting much. The company (along with many others) has tended to introduce phones at its own events or at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain.