Samsung’s debut of New Products at CES International 2014

Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd., a global home appliance innovator, has announced a new lineup of premium home appliances that enable consumers to manage and master the entire cooking process from start to finish. With insights from some of the world’s top professional chefs, a new refrigerator has been developed that keeps even the most delicate ingredients intact. An electric slide-in range with an unparalleled level of oven temperature control and one of the most significant dishwasher cleaning innovations in the past 40 years are also among the highlights on display at the 2014 International CES from Jan. 7-10, 2014.

 This year marks the debut of the Samsung Chef Collection, a suite of premium professional chef-grade appliances developed in collaboration with Samsung Club Des Chefs. This first-of-its-kind global culinary initiative, launched in 2013, has brought together world class chefs to collaborate with Samsung on the development of next-generation products.

 “Passion for cooking, entertaining and creating a beautiful home are driving our product innovation and inspiring us to new heights of design excellence,” said Warner Doell, Vice President of Home Appliances Sales and Marketing, Samsung Canada. “By working closely with Samsung Club Des Chefs, we’ve created kitchen appliances that offer an awe-inspiring level of flexibility, organization, ease of use and premium style to meet the needs and wants of even the most discerning home cook.”

 Korean electronics giant Samsung  launched its most talked-about product, the curved ultra high definition (UHD) TV, and a range of products including tablets at the 2014 International Consumer Electronics Show.

 The company unveiled a 105-inch screen UHD TV, which it claims is the world’s largest curved UHD TV. The U9000 series includes 65-inch and 55-inch curved TVs.

 World Liberty TV, Team was on hand for the debut for  Curved UHD TV, as well as many more products Samsung Debuted at the CES International 2014.

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