Samsung talks PC strategy and its vision for a connected world at CES

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    This week, Samsung showed off everything from new laptops to a massive microLED wall to a chattier kind of refrigerator. The message couldn’t be any more clear: Samsung would like nothing more than to be the center of your digital world. To dig deeper into this week’s big news, we invited Shoneel Kolhatkar, Samsung’s senior director for product marketing to our CES stage for some wide-ranging conversation. We touch on Samsung’s new Notebook 9 Pen, the growing role of wearables and (most importantly) how Samsung plans to weave its products into together in a single, intelligent ecosystem.

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