Korean manufacturer Samsung also had a few announcements at CES 2011 which include their new Blu-ray player and set-top box, and their partnership with Adobe to bring Adobe Air to the TVs.

Samsung has unveiled their latest Blu-ray player and set-top box enabling Google TV, as part of its ongoing smart TV product offerings at the CES 2011.

The new Blu-ray player and companion box enabling Google TV allows consumers to surf the Internet on their TV screens just as they would on a computer. In addition, users would also be able to access and update their social networks, track fantasy football scores, check e-mail and more.

Seamlessly integrating web content into a traditional TV watching experience, Samsung’s new Blu-ray player and set-top box enabling Google TV feature an Android based platform, which will include a variety of Internet services for consumers. On top of that, a special Google TV remote control will also be provided for users with a full QWERTY keypad and voice search support through an internal microphone.

Source: Korea Newswire