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We're live from Samsung's 2019 CES press conference!

Gorgeous screens? Improved AI? Washing machines? It's all here.
Chris Velazco, @chrisvelazco
January 7, 2019
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You can always count on Samsung to put on a good show when CES rolls around, and it all starts with the company's customary press conference. It's always a great opportunity to catch up on the progress the company has made in the year prior, and dig into the devices and trends that Samsung thinks will define the new year. In typical Samsung fashion, though, it already made a handful of announcements before the show even started.

Let's see: There's an updated version of the Notebook 9 Pen to start, a trio of gorgeous monitors and a set of refreshed (not to mention artsy) QLED televisions. Oh, and let's not forget a new "Remote Access" feature that will allow smart TVs to display compatible apps running on phones or PCs. That's a pretty comprehensive list already, but knowing Samsung, you'd do well to expect a few more projects from right out of the blue. We're still not exactly sure what those might be, though, so join us starting at 5 PM Eastern / 2 PM Pacific for our official Samsung CES liveblog -- we can figure out all those details together.

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