Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, Samsung Electronics has launched a series of high-resolution monitors globally to ensure the best work from home norms in many countries. The company introduced twelve different monitors consisting of three series to its users.
Twelve different monitors consisting of three series
All released models offer more than 1 billion colors, a wide viewing angle of 178 degrees, and advanced High Dynamic Range (HDR10) technology. In addition, all monitors are certified as ‘Smart Eye Care’ by TÜV Rheinland, the first monitor in the industry to receive this approval. In addition, monitors can optimize picture quality by automatically adjusting brightness and color temperature according to room conditions.
“This year’s portfolio has realistic image quality and advanced ergonomic design,” the company said in a press release about the new Samsung monitors, designed for both the office and home. The enhanced comfort of the monitors makes it an excellent complement to any workspace or home installation.”
Hyesung Ha, Senior Vice President of Visual Displays at Samsung Electronics, said of the monitors, “As the demand for higher-resolution monitors continues to grow, Samsung plans to continue to be a leader in the market by launching new products that meet the needs of our customers. Our 2021 High Resolution series delivers dazzling picture quality and powers enhanced performance. At the same time, it provides user comfort with an environmentally sensitive design with its aerodynamic structure.”
Features of high-resolution Samsung monitors
The flagship S8 series comes in 27 and 32 inches and offers ultra-high resolution with a 99 percent sRGB color gamut for users. The monitor also transmits 10 gigabits of data per second via a USB-C port.
The S7 series stands out for its ultra-thin stand. The series offers 27- and 32-inch UHD resolution with a 178-degree wide-view panel and vibrant color gamut.
The S6 series is available to users in sizes 34, 32, 27 and 24 inches with a structure that supports not only QHD (2,560 × 1,440) resolution, but also PBP (Side-by-Side Picture) and PIP (Picture in Picture). The series stands out for its structure, which is designed to multitask effortlessly and efficiently.