5 Innovative Samsung Products Taking Center Stage At CES 2016

New Mobile Samsung Products

Samsung showed off its newest mobile products this year at CES 2016 in Las Vegas, where technology companies gather to show off their latest and greatest devices.

Samsung Tuesday lifted the curtain on a Windows 10 2-in-1, a thin and light notebook, and a new version of its Gear S wearable with sleek new bands.

"We're thrilled to be working with Microsoft Corp. to deliver a 2-in-1 tablet that truly allows people to enjoy productivity and connections that matter most, through a seamless mobile station designed for all purposes," said Dongjin Ko, president and head of Mobile Communications Business at Samsung Electronics, in a statement.

Following are five cool new products Samsung unveiled at CES.

Galaxy TabPro S

Samsung unveiled the Galaxy TabPro S, a sleek 6.3mm-thick 2-in-1 running the Windows 10 operating system (both Home or Pro). This new 2-in-1, which packs a sixth-generation Intel Core M processor, has a 12-inch Super AMOLED display with 2,160 x 1,440 resolution.

The body of the 2-in-1 contains a full-size keyboard cover, which wraps around the device and includes a flexible hinge for dual-angle display. The TabPro S contains a keyboard that is included in the box. A multiport adapter for HDMI, USB Type A and C, as well as Bluetooth Pen are available to purchase separately.

The Galaxy TabPro S contains up to 10 hours of battery life and 4 GB of RAM. The device will be available by the end of February and will be in the $999 price range, according to Samsung.

Notebook 9

Samsung also showed off two new laptops in its Book 9 line -- the 13.3-inch Notebook 9 and the 15-inch Notebook 9. The 13.3-inch and 15-inch laptops, which are made from a lightweight magnesium design, weigh less than 1.85 pounds and 2.9 pounds, respectively.

The new Notebook 9 models, which both have a 180-degree hinge for enhanced usability, run on the Windows 10 operating system and pack a sixth-generation Skylake Core processor. The two Notebook 9 versions also contain two speakers, a 720p integrated camera and all-day battery life.

The 13.3-inch model contains two USB 3.0 ports and one USB Type-C port, while the 15-inch version contains two USB 3.0 ports, as well as micro HDMI, mini Ethernet and mini VGA. Samsung's Link 2.0 feature also allows users to share files between their Samsung PC and Samsung Galaxy smartphones.

Notebook 9 pricing has not yet been disclosed. The new laptops will be available in early 2016, according to Samsung.

Gear 2 Classic

Samsung unveiled two editions of its Gear S2 classic wearable -- one encased in 18-karat rose gold and the other in platinum. The rose gold case Gear S2 classic will be available with an ivory genuine leather band, while the platinum base will come with a black genuine leather band.

The new Gear S2 classic will include NFC technology to offer Samsung Pay, which will be available to users early in 2016.

Samsung is also expanding its line of watch straps and watch face options. The company has partnered with designers, such as Colombo, for premium watch straps. Both new Gear S2 classic versions will be available beginning in February. Pricing for the Gear S2 classic rose gold and platinum has not yet been disclosed.

Smart Fridge

On the connected device front, Samsung showcased a new refrigerator that helps consumers keep an eye on food spoilage.

The refrigerator contains an embedded camera that is accessible through remote apps or a touch-screen tablet that is embedded in the refrigerator's right door. This device also has sophisticated humidity and temperature sensors to ensure that food will not spoil. Its tablet systemalso includes other features, such as a speaker system and apps showing off news and the weather. There were no further details on pricing or availability.

Portable SSD T3

Samsung also introduced its Portable SSD T3 at CES, the successor to the Portable SSD T1. The T3 uses Samsung's vertical NAND memory and is available with either 250 GB, 500 GB, 1 TB or 2 TB of storage.

The T3's biggest difference is its metal casing, as opposed to the Portable SSD T1's plastic casing. The Portable SSD T3 is 51 grams, includes a Type C to Type A cable, and adopts the Type-C USB port, as opposed to the T1's USB 3 Type-B port.

The Portable SSD T3 will be available in early March, according to Samsung. Pricing has not yet been announced.