HomeSync, the most expected Google TV alternative device by Samsung is finally entering into the market, irst in U.S. this Sunday on October 6 and this set top box is priced at $299.99.
Samsung’s new HomeSync media hub is ready to connect to any TV via an HDMI port and it will transform it into a fully fledged Smart TV. The device comes with a 1TB hard drive (only 910GB is accessible) and support for upto 7 user IDs to be hooked up and all users can share the content to each members. It will also works as a cloud storage service for you and if you use the Samsug ID on your phone as well as this device will enable you to share the files to HomeSync and vice versa. And with one Samsung ID, users are allowed to register upto 6 devices all together including Samsung Galaxy smartphones as well as Tabs. Addition to this, Samsung offers a $50 credit to spend on TV shows and Movies on their MediaHub.
Samsung Galaxy S4, S3, S2, Note 3, Note 10.1 2014 edition, Note 8.0 and Galaxy Camera are the currently supported devices to connect remotely to HomeSync. Most probably, the gadget will be available on Best Buy, Amazon and other large retailers of the country. BTW, the below image will explain you that how Samsung HomeSync works: