Mobile World Congress may sounds like it has everything to do with mobile devices, but the Samsung HomeSync Android TV Box unveiled the MWC this year isn’t a mobile communication device. obvious, but we are sure it will still get its fair share of attention. it might look as boxy as most media centers or media players in the market, but the Samsung HomeSync Android TV stands out with its never disappoint Sammy treatment of brushed finished metal and like any good media center, it offers features such as 8GB eMMC plus 1 Terabyte HDD for your media collections, USB 3.0 ports (two of them, actually), HDMI out, micro USB, optical audio out, Bluetooth 4.0, dual-band WiFi, as well as Gigabit Ethernet port – all in the effort to get your glued to your TV 24/7. running the clockwork is a 1.7GHz dual-core processor with 1GB DDR3 RAM and it runs-off Google’s Android Jelly Bean. so what does this sleek box do? well, in simple term, it is a media hub catering your family’s entertainment needs. more elaborately, it turns your tube into an Android TV, bringing you the best of what Android has to offer, including games, movies, TV shows and streaming content direct into your living room (or wherever the TV you hook this baby up to). it supports up to eight separate accounts for uploading, downloading and sharing of content between devices and different members. if you have a GALAXY device, you can also wirelessly stream its content to the TV in glorious full HD resolution. the sale of the Samsung HomeSync Android TV Box will kick off with the US market from April 2013, with other markets to follow suit.

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