Samsung Releases ViewFinity S9 Monitor with 5K Resolution, 4K SlimFit Camera, and Thunderbolt 4

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Samsung has announced that the ViewFinity S9 (S90PC) is now available for purchase for $1,599.99 on and at select retailers nationwide. The ViewFinity S9 is Samsung’s first 5K (5,120 x 2,880) IPS monitor designed for creators, featuring a 27-inch, matte display that offers DCI-P3 99% color gamut, 600 nits of brightness, and Pantone validation. Users will also find Mini DisplayPort, Thunderbolt 4 (90 W), USB-C connectivity, as well as a detachable 4K SlimFit camera.

Samsung ViewFinity S9 Specifications

The ViewFinity S9 is Samsung’s first 5K high resolution IPS display designed for creators (5,120 x 2,880). The 27-inch display offers DCI-P3 99% color gamut and 600 nits of brightness to deliver the color saturation and detail that brings your ideas to life. You can see improved image shadow and highlight details and preserve screen color accuracy with a Matte Display that works to drastically reduces light reflections.

ViewFinity S9 is also Pantone Validated, offering authentic reproduction of more than 2,000 Pantone colors and 100 Pantone SkinTone shades on screen. To customize the display calibration for different projects, the S9 can use your smartphone to adjust settings like DCI-P3 or sRGB color space, color temperature, luminance, and gamma. Smart Calibration allows for simple and intuitive customization without the need for additional, complex calibration tools.

Designed to easily connect Windows and select Mac devices, the ViewFinity S9 has Mini DisplayPort and Thunderbolt 4 (90W) and USB-C connectivity. The slim, metal design works for you in any space, with a height-adjustable screen that tilts for the best angle and 90 degree pivot to view long documents with less scrolling. Plus, you can keep your desk clutter-free and clean with VESA-compatible mounting.

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