Smart TVs are key to delivering the digitally fueled experience today’s hotel guests expect, from video streaming to apps to interactive program guides. But for many hotel properties, a giant roadblock has stood in their way: coax wiring. Many hotels are outfitted with coaxial cable networks, but smart TVs required wired Ethernet — until now.

With the release of Samsung’s 694 Series of Smart Hospitality TVs, which operate over coaxial networks, hoteliers can install smart TVs without the cost (and headache) of IP/Ethernet rewiring. Guests can access the same “smart” experience they enjoy at home, such as screen mirroring, streaming video and social media, and take advantage of next-generation hotel services including on-screen checkout, interactive program guides, and temperature and drape controls — the brand experience hotels want to deliver, at a cost they can afford.

Watch the video below to learn how Samsung’s Smart Hospitality TVs can deliver a standout digital experience for guests without breaking the bank for hoteliers.

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Lisa Terry is a seasoned B2B writer of articles, blogs, research reports, case studies, white papers and e-books, with a long list of media and corporate clients in hospitality as well as retail, IT and supply chain. She has written for Hospitality Technology, HTNG publications, Nation’s Restaurant News, RIS News, Advertising Age, Consumer Goods Technology, Inbound Logistics, Washington Technology and many others.

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