Samsung has released information on three new displays that continue to place elegant deign as the focus. New to the Series 9 and Series 7 name and aesthetic are a 27-inch monitor, and two new HDTVs that double as large screen monitors for your PC. All feature a sleek appearance and provide an elegant touch to computing.
The Series 9 S27B970 is Samsung’s new 27-inch premium monitor that features Samsung’s professional-grade Plane Line Switching and Natural Color Expert technology, now in a large-screen package. Spec include: 2560-by-1440 resolution, edge-to-edge anti-glare glass, a height adjustable aluminum stand, connections for DisplayPort, Dual Link-DVI, and HDMI video, a USB hub, two built-in 7W stereo speakers, Mobile High Definition Link (MHL) for seamless use with MHL-enabled smartphones. The model will begin at $1,199.99 in March.
The new new Series 7 HDTV monitors, T24B750 and T27B750 models, are just as stunning as the Series 9 S27B970, too. It comes in two sizes, 24- and 27-inches, and features specs like: connections for HDMI Audio-out and TV-tuner as well as USB 3.0 and 2.0 ports, LAN, WiFi and integrated WiDi 2.0 connectivity, 1920-by-1080 resolution, and a 1000:1 contrast ratio. Both come with Samsung’s SmartHub functionality and features apps for Hulu Plus, Netflix, and more. Also available in March, the 27-inch Series 7 T27B750HDTV monitor will run for $599.
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