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Samsung launches a dozen high-res monitors with HDR10


Last updated: March 22nd, 2021 at 08:22 UTC+02:00

Samsung has unveiled its 2021 monitor lineup, and it consists of a dozen high-resolution models that have extremely thin bezels. The new monitors also have the capability to display over a billion colors and are compatible with HDR10. They come in a variety of screen sizes, starting from 24 inches and going as high as 32 inches.

The South Korean firm says that its new monitors are perfect for work-from-home setups, thanks to life-like picture quality, advanced ergonomic designs, and features like pivot, tilt, and swivel. Additionally, all these monitors have received the ‘Intelligent Eye Care’ certification from TÜV Rheinland. They have also received the EPEAT (Electronic Product Environmental Assessment Tool) energy efficiency certification and sustainability certification from the Swedish Confederation Of Professional Employees (TCO).

Samsung’s new monitors are divided into three series: S6, S7, and S8. The S8 series has three models: 32-inch S80A, 27-inch S80A, and 27-inch S80UA. All these models feature a flat-screen display with 4K resolution, HDR10, 1.07 billion colors, 99% sRGB coverage, and a USB 3.0 hub. They also feature ergonomic adjustments via a height-adjustable stand (HAS), pivot, swivel, and tilt. The S80UA even features a USB Type-C port with 90W charging and 10Gbps data transfer speeds.

There are two monitors in the S7 series: 27-inch S70A and 32-inch S70A. Both are 4K monitors with a flat-screen display, HDR10, 1.07 billion colors, a bezel-less design, and tilt adjustment.

Samsung S65UA 34-inch Curved Monitor

There are seven monitors in the S6 series: 34-inch S65UA, 32-inch S60UA, 27-inch S60UA, 24-inch S60UA, 32-inch S60A, 27-inch S60A, and 24-inch S60A. The 32-inch S65UA is an ultra-wide QHD monitor with a 3,440×1,440 resolution, a 21:9 aspect ratio, 1000R curved screen, 1.07 billion colors, HDR10, a bezel-less design, and tilt adjustments. It also features a LAN port, USB Type-C port (with 10Gbps data transfer and 90W charging), and a USB 3.0 hub. The LAN port can be used for the wake-up-on-LAN feature.

The S60UA comes in three sizes: 32-inch, 27-inch, and 24-inch. It has QHD resolution, AMD FreeSync, HDR10, 1.07 billion colors, USB Type-C port, USB 3.0 hub, and adjustments for pivot, swivel, and tilt. The S60 series has three models: 32-inch, 27-inch, and 24-inch. These monitors have all the features of the S60UA, but lack LAN and USB Type-C ports.

Samsung 2021 Monitor Lineup Multi Monitor Setup

Samsung hasn’t announced the pricing or availability of these monitors yet, but we expect them to be released over the next few weeks.

Hyesung Ha, Senior Vice President of Visual Display Business at Samsung Electronics, said, “As demand for higher resolution monitors continues to increase, Samsung plans to continue to lead the market by unveiling new products that meet our customers’ needs. Our 2021 High-Resolution lineup delivers dazzling picture quality and powers enhanced performance, all the while ensuring user comfort with a streamlined, eco-conscious design.

Samsung 2021 Monitor Lineup Pivot Tilt Swivel

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