Wednesday, August 29, 2012

Samsung's Smart TV Isn't As Smart As It Thinks It Is - Walt Mossberg - Personal Technology - AllThingsD

Not yet worthy of an Apple lawsuit...
"But I found the new Smart Interaction—voice, gesture and facial recognition—unreliable and awkward. Many of the key apps, including Facebook, Twitter and the Web browser, seemed crude and hard to use without a keyboard, which Samsung sells for about $100. The Smart Touch Remote was disappointing. I focused my testing on the Smart Interaction, the new remote and the latest version of the Smart Hub, Samsung’s built-in interface for apps and Web content. I wasn’t evaluating the ES8000 as a standard TV, though it handled regular TV just fine."
Samsung's Smart TV Isn't As Smart As It Thinks It Is - Walt Mossberg - Personal Technology - AllThingsD
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