Two new systems were announced, the HT-E6730W and HT-E5500W, both with a similar set of core features, including built-in 3D Blu-ray, hybrid vacuum tube amplifiers, built-in Wi-Fi, and Samsung Apps.
iPod dock; it's unclear if those features are available on the HT-E6730W as well.
The most intriguing feature of both systems is what Samsung calls "disc-to-digital". As Samsung describes it, the feature "enables users to turn eligible copies of their personal DVD collection into digital content. Once users register their ownership of movies, they will be able to access and view this content on multiple devices in the home and on the go, or upgrade their collection by purchasing HD quality versions of these movies." That description raises more questions than it answers, especially regarding pricing, and I'd expect Samsung to reveal more details at CES 2012.
Samsung has not released pricing or availability for the two systems yet.