Wi-Fi connectivity is to technology as bacon is to food -- almost everything's better with it. Fully aware of this, Samsung has announced the 1080i HMX-S16 and HMX-S15 wireless camcorders, which let you quickly upload your footage to the Web, and stream to a DLNA-certified PC or hi-def TV, without faffing around with cables.
With a 10-megapixel CMOS sensor, HDMI port, 15x optical zoom and 89mm (3.5-inch) touchscreen display, the two models shoot H.264-compressed MPEG-4 files and differ only in the amount of storage they offer. The HMX-S16 has 64GB of internal flash memory, while the HMX-S15 offers 32GB. Both models also have an SD/SDHC card slot, so you can boost the storage capacity by 32GB.
But, wait -- that's not all! Samsung also announced the HMX-S10, which is the same as the other models except it lacks the wireless support and has no internal memory. These camcorders are set to launch in May or June, for a currently undisclosed price.
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