The Samsung HomeSync TV box used the mobile heavy MWC event in Barcelona to debut its new Android-based TV box.
The HomeSync device can sync multiple devices at one time while providing private store for all of a users content. The device features a decent 1TB hard drive and provides up to eight accounts per household.
The Samsung HomeSync also provides instantaneous uploading and downloading of content to all connected devices on its hub.
The Android-based TV box also features file encryption and user-specific ID and password access so users can choose to keep some files private as they deem necessary.
Along with storing data, the Samsung HomeSync also offers streaming of content directly from a users Galaxy device via wireless connectivity. The streaming option, which offers full 1080p HD, provides access to a devices home videos, photos, and apps.
Thanks to the TV box’s Android connectivity, users are also given access to the Google Play Store where they can download apps. Users can then interact with their app choices via the TV box and through its device syncing capabilities.
The Samsung HomeSync features plenty of video support including H.264, H.263, MPEG4, VC-1, Sorenson Spark, WMV7/8, MP43, VP8, and DivX.
The TV box also offers audio support for MP3, AAC LC/AAC＋/eAAC＋, WMA 9std/10pro/Lossless, FLAC, Vorbis, AMR-NB/WB, Wav, Mid, and AC-3.
The Android TV box will be available in April 2013 starting in the US. Pricing has not yet been revealed.
Will you be picking up the Samsung HomeSync TV box when it officially arrives?