Liveblog: Samsung Press Conference at CES 2014

Liveblog: Samsung Press Conference at CES 2014
And just like that, the time has come to witness one of the most exciting events for today – Samsung's CES press conference. It is an event we're all looking forward to, partly because we'll most likely get to see the company's newest "PRO" tablets, and partly because there's probably going to be a lot more going on there. And who knows what other gadgets Samsung has in store for us today. If you'd like to join us in following the Samsung CES 2014 press conference, we've set up a liveblog that will be bringing news and photos as the event unfolds. Enjoy!



1. kashyap07

Posts: 15; Member since: Sep 10, 2013

Hope they bring a better tw ui. It's the most functional and like it or not it actually has more features than all the other os/ui combined..

2. Ant34

Posts: 193; Member since: Aug 10, 2013

Yes but they wrap it up in an ugly interference. And Samsung is still a slight step behind other OEMs when it comes to a lag-free experience. They need to optimize Touchwiz better.

4. xfire99

Posts: 1205; Member since: Mar 14, 2012

These tablets use the new Magazine UX UI and not TW UI.

3. igorb81

Posts: 77; Member since: Feb 27, 2012

I don't notice any lag with my S3 or Note 10.1 (2012 model) seems silky smoth to me. Even if there is some slight lag that i can't notice I would gladly use it over other useless phones or tablets. For me multi window along with cascade windows a must have feature or otherwise I don't need it and I do like my S pen. I am not a Samsung fanboy but I do like their highly functional products. I would not consider anything else at this point. I may upgrade to Note 3 soon but my Note 10.1 is serving my needs very well and I have don't have a huge need to upgrade yet. I like the new model but i prefer my soft onscreen buttons over physical ones. That's sort of holding me back for now.

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