TechBytes: Samsung, Game Systems

Samsung will make history with its $13,000 curved, flat screen television.
0:52 | 06/28/13

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Transcript for TechBytes: Samsung, Game Systems
In today's tech by Samsung is hoping to make TV history. Its latest TV features a large -- screen and an ultra high definition all LED display the silent until yesterday for a whopping thirteen thousand dollars. And a new low cost gaming console debut this week early out plugs directly into your TV and provides a wide variety of lesser known games via the Internet. ABC tech editor Joanna stern says it may be good for casual gamers. You definitely get the feeling that this is a cheaper system -- you definitely see that in the quality of the games. But on the other hand when I was playing all of these -- games I kept thinking to myself well I just only paid 99 dollars and I couldn't. -- -- -- -- -- sells for 99 bucks. And a robot is heading into space -- -- can understand and react to human expressions -- keep the Japanese astronaut company during his upcoming trip to the space station. And -- -- tech -- I'm Diana Bradford a great weekend everyone.

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