It does seem as though Samsung is looking to prepare a smart home control interface which will rely on your smart TV’s capabilities to recognize basic hand gestures, which can be directed at the specific objects that you yourself would like to control. For instance, it would enable you to point towards a lamp in order to turn it on (or vice versa), as well as interact with other nearby objects in different methods. It might seem to be an overlap of what Samsung has offered already, which happens to be limited to basic gesture controls on their smart TV.
I am quite sure that many of us have gone through the motions before when it comes to copying stuff from one USB flash drive to another. The advent of USB 3.0 connectivity has definitely gone a long way in making life a whole lot easier (while saving us plenty of time along the way, of course), but what happens when you need to make plenty of duplicates within a short period of time? It would be the right moment to call in the cavalry, and that would be none other than the Aleratec Cruiser Mini Portable. Aleratec is an old hand at this, and their Aleratec Cruiser Mini Portable which is not much bigger than a professional grade surge protector (albeit it is some bit thicker), is able to copy files to 16 USB flash drives simultaneously, all over USB 3.0 connectivity, which results in a maximum (total) speed of 5GB/s.