Samsung Announces ViewFinity S8: World’s First UL-Verified Glare-Free Monitor

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Samsung has shared a press release detailing the ViewFinity S8, a new high-resolution monitor designed for content creators, graphic designers, and other creative professionals. It is the world’s first monitor to feature a UL-verified, glare-free matte panel, according to Samsung, a benefit that allows for reduced light reflection without the use of a separate monitor hood. Specifications for the ViewFinity S8’s IPS panel include a 3,840 x 2,160 (UHD) resolution, peak brightness levels of up to 600 nits (HDR 600), a contrast ratio of 1000:1, 98% color coverage of the DCI-P3 color space, and a response time of 5 ms (GTG). Samsung’s new 32- and 27-inch ViewFinity S8 monitors will be available globally from the end of June.

“Our new ViewFinity monitor was made to meet the needs of professionals that require pinpoint accuracy and consistency in their work,” said Harry Patz, Jr., Senior Vice President and General Manager, Display Division, Samsung Electronics America. “Business and creative professionals alike will be able to use this monitor to drive business growth, as it is equipped with various features that are necessary for productive and efficient work.”

The ViewFinity S8 offers increased functionality to create efficient workflows. It can be used as an all-in-one dock for desktops or laptops for simplified workstations at home or the office. Also, users can connect the monitor with a single USB Type-C cable enables display signals, 10Gbps data transfers, fast internet speeds via an Ethernet connection and fast charging with up to 90W power. The VESA-compatible design maximizes space efficiency, allowing users to adjust, tilt, swivel and pivot the monitor into the perfect ergonomic position. Furthermore, the ViewFinity S8 offers certification from TÜV Rheinland for Intelligent Eye Care, Adaptive Picture for optimized quality in any viewing environment, Eye Saver Mode and Flicker Free technology.

Source: Samsung

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