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Samsung now allows HTC, Sony and LG devices access to HomeSync boxes

Samsung opens up HomeSync boxes to other Android-powered devices (KRX:005930, TPE:2498, KRX:066575, NYSE:SNE)

| Mobile Devices, Tablets & Phones News | Posted: Dec 18, 2013 6:00 pm

Today Samsung announced that it has opened up its HomeSync to other Android-based mobile devices from manufacturers like Sony, HTC, and LG. For those unfamiliar with HomeSync, the device is a Android TV steaming box that is able to sync content from mobile devices.

 

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HomeSync now supports devices including HTC (One , ButterFly), Sony (Xperia Z , Xperia ZL , Xperia SP) and LG (Optimus G pro , Nexus4). Unfortunately, at $299 per box, the device is less desirable than something like Google's Chromecast that cost only $35 and works with all Android devices regardless of manufacturers.

NEWS SOURCES:Thenextweb.com

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