Samsung has officially introduced two new Windows 8-optimized Series 7 monitors, the Samsung SC750 and the Samsung SC770. The Series 7 SC770 Touch is become the Samsung’s first display to design for this operating system. Both Samsung monitors are aimed to users who need professional-grade picture quality. These monitors will also showcase at CES 2013 event, while the Samsung Series 7 monitors are already CES Innovation Awards winners.
Samsung SC750 monitor is a 27-inch in size with 5ms of response time, brightness of 300cd/m2, and 5000:1 contrast ratio. Moreover, it has a resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels and a 178-degree viewing angle.
Coming with an ergonomic and slender design, the Samsung Series 7 (SC750) monitor is offering a 90-degree pivot, which capable to both landscape and portrait orientation.
This monitor provides a cylindrical metal stand that ensure adjust position the screen at the eye-level of user. That’s no required an additional fixture but still enhances the aesthetics.
The Samsung Series 7 Touch (SC770) is allows up to 10-point touch simultaneous. Like SC750, this touch-enabled monitor has 1080p resolution but packed by 24-inch screen. New Samsung SC770 Touch has features 250cd/m2 brightness, 5000:1 contrast ratio, 5ms response time, and also 178-degree viewing angle. The SC770 brings one USB Hub, and 2x3W speakers.
Both monitors are equipped with HDMI port and expected available in Q1 2013.
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