Samsung Launches Twelve New High-Resolution Monitors

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Samsung has launched its latest lineup of high-resolution monitors for 2021. The new family comprises 12 different displays across three series—the S8, S7, and S6—all of which support HDR 10 for a more dynamic picture and are Intelligent Eye Care certified from TUV Rheinland. Samsung’s flagship S8 models, the S80UA (27 inch) and S80A (32 inch, 27 inch), feature UHD (3,840 x 2,160) panels that deliver a 99 percent sRGB color gamut.

“The S8 is capable of blazing fast 10Gbps data transmission through its USB-C type port, while the S80UA specifically offers up to 90W charging,” Samsung noted in a press release. “The S8 also provides a variety of connectivity features including USB 3.0 and a USB hub to provide enhanced usability and versatility.”

“The flat borderless design maximizes comfort and minimizes distractions while enabling near-seamless dual-monitor setups. Video Electronics Standards Association (VESA) mount compatibility and Height Adjustable Stand (HAS) offer a variety of tilt, swivel and pivot control points, allowing users to mount their monitor in any environment. The slim metal stand and narrow depth also take up less desk space for a cleaner, seamless work setup.”

Samsung’s new high-resolution monitor lineup will be available to purchase beginning in April. The 27-inch S8 will be priced at $429.99, while the 27-inch and 32-inch S7 models will be priced at $359.99 and $389.99, respectively. The 32-inch S6 will be priced at $369.99, and the 34-inch model will be $679.99.

Tsing Mui
News poster at The FPS Review.

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