The Jelly Bean-powered HomeSync runs a 1.7GHz dual-core processor with 1TB of storage, and it supports up to eight accounts for uploading, downloading and sharing content between devices. Those with a Galaxy device will be able to wirelessly stream content to their TVs in full 1080p.Read the full preview →
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Samsung HomeSync makes it easy to wirelessly mirror what you're doing on the screen of your device to an HDTV or monitor.Read the full preview →
Using the phone as our pointing device, we were able to move around the Jellybean UI, launching apps and browsing Samsung’s Media Hub video store. The device comes with Google Play store so you can, in theory, install any Android app in the world.Read the full preview →
A media streaming set-top box – though not a Google TV box – the HomeSync is more a way to further integrate Samsung’s phones and tablets into your digital life, rather than a standalone gadget in its own right. In fact, your Samsung handset is what controls the whole thing.Read the full preview →
Another of the HomeSync's impressive feature set that we played with briefly was its ability to mirror the screen of a Samsung handset, and that includes games. It is capable of wirelessly playing your Android games on a flatscreen TV at 1080p (if needed).Read the full preview →
Browsing the Google Play Store was a breeze, but streaming 1080p video over the crippled WiFi here in Spain during MWC wasn’t very optimal. We have a feeling enjoying this at home will be a pleasant experience. Hopefully the price is right.Read the full preview →
The Home Sync itself runs incredibly smoothly - browsing, general UI navigation, and video playback were all buttery smooth - I'm impressed.Read the full preview →
I got this free with a tablet, but would not have bought it. The best usage I can think of is really as a cloud backup. don't expect great things as a media server. Quite disappointing for such a promissing hardware.Read the full review →