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Photos: Samsung's 2014 TVs, Galaxies, cameras and more

Galaxy tablets, Ultra HD televisions, mirrorless cameras and so much more.

  • Samsung proudly showcased its next generation of products in Bali at the Samsung Forum 2014. On display was a curved television that had UHD resolution, a new mirrorless camera, the line up of powerful Pro tablets and much, much more.

  • This curved-screen television from Samsung supports the new Ultra HD standard. At 105in, it's the world's largest television to support this resolution and have a curved screen.

  • Ultra HD televisions (UHD, also known as 4K) have a resolution of 3840x2160. TVs that support this new standard have four times the pixels of an ordinary Full HD television.

  • Samsung's S9 was unveiled at CES2013, but it continues to command attention on the show floor. The 85in version of this 110in television retails in Australia for $40,000, (that's right, forty thousand dollars).

  • Samsung's 2014 televisions will come with software called Soccer Mode. Nominate the mode and the picture and sound quality of games will be optimised; you can replay highlights on cue; zoom in on sections of your choice (such as a hand-ball); and record live matches using its in-built PVR function.

  • Samsung is betting big on UHD. The company's AV and TV head, Andrew Woon, said "Our market is set for a UHD revolution, but more importantly, it will be the year of the curve."

  • Samsung's new evolution kits. These kits upgrade the processor, software and graphic capabilities of existing Samsung televisions, provided they support the standard.

  • This evolution kit, which is bigger than the iterations preceding it, will make existing Full HD televisions compatible with the superior UHD standard.

  • Samsung's home theatre line up continues to feature vacuum tube technology for, what the company describes as, warmer sound.

  • The speakers fire in an off-centre direction for a more immersive audio experience.

  • The new Samsung Galaxy NotePRO now comes with a 12.2in, 2560x1600 resolution screen. Samsung claims its size is similar to that of an A4 page.

  • It will be offered with two types of chipsets, and which one you get will be determined by your country.

  • The 8in NotePRO retains the same incredible 2560x1600 screen resolution, which means the pixels will be crammed even tighter for a better viewing experience.

  • The 8in version comes with a Snapdragon 800 2.3GHz quad-core CPU, 2GB of RAM and 16/32GB of internal storage. It also supports expandable microSD storage.

  • The camera on the back is 8MP.

  • Samsung's new NX30 mirrorless camera will capture 20.3 megapixel photos.

  • The 2,359K-dot electronic viewfinder can tilt up to 80 degrees.

  • Meet the second generation Android camera from Samsung, the Galaxy Camera 2.

  • It couples compact-camera performance with the functionality of Android Jelly Bean 4.3.

  • The Galaxy Camera has a 16MP BSI CMOS sensor and 21x Optical Zoom.

  • Samsung's Ativ Book 9 (2014 edition) is a 15in notebook that packs 15 hours battery life.

  • The Ativ Book 9 retains the elegant form factor that initially premiered on the bite-the-back-of-your-hand-beautiful series 9 notebook.

  • Samsung has updated the hinge, however, with the new Ativ Book 9 now capable of opening just under 180 degrees.

  • Meet the Ativ One 7, an all-in-one computer with an impressively chic body.

  • Samsung's range of Xpress printers use touch-friendly NFC and Wi-Fi Direct for quick printing from a smartphone. Simply tap compatible NFC smartphones and watch your files print.

  • The WW9000 washing machine is as cool as washing machines get. When not being used the door subtly glows a translucent blue and the company's Smart Control makes it possible to remotely start and stop wash cycles from your smartphone.

  • A 5in touchscreen has replaced the confusing buttons and knobs of old.

  • The WW9000 comes with Samsung's digital inverter technology, which is backed by a 10 year warranty.

  • Samsung's new air-conditioners are now styled as triangular prisms for better airflow.

  • The air conditioner also uses Samsung's digital inverter technology and is backed by the same ten year warranty as the WW9000 washing machine.

  • Samsung's Food ShowCase refrigerator uses a clever two-door system to keep food cold and operate more efficiently.

  • The fridge has been designed to have three different zones: The cooking zone (upper level), the family zone (mid level) and the kid's zone (lover level),

  • It also features an ice and water dispenser.

  • Samsung vacuum cleaners are getting colourful.

  • Samsung is thinking of new ways to use its technologies in the educational sector.

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