Home Appliances CES 2013 Recap: Day 2 Staff writersAppliancesComputersGadgetsGamingMobileSmart Living January 9, 2013 5 min read Awesome washing machine controls. Use your phone to control it How about your very own dry clean service? It’s The Steam Dryer. It’s not a dry cleaner we’re being told. Like one, but isn’t one. LG is using a new enamel in its appliances to make them easier to clean. Ditches pyrolytic Choose your recipe and the LG Smart Oven knows what to do. And then monitor your oven status either at home or out Smart Share allows you to link up all your media across devices using peer to peer (p2p). So your TV can read movie from your tablet or phone, and vice versa. The files are cached in the cloud. Taking a break now. In the press room. Will return to some frantic posting soon. Trying out Samsung’s natural voice interface. Speak into the mic built into the remote and tell it what uou want to watch. I said “show me drama” and it gave me a list if choices. Then you pick one. It all works quite well and Australia is one of six countries that will get it. This is the new Smart Hub 2.0 interface that will cine in all Samsung 2013 TVs. It also has sections for apps and all your social feeds. The utterly gorgeous new Samsung F8000 series – coming to Australia around March. Another angle ofthe F8000 series – Samsung’s flagship LED full HD TV.