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South Korean company Samsung Electronics has announced the release of smart monitors of the M5 and M7 series. The novelties are innovative versatile screens with a huge range of functions for work, study and entertainment. They can connect to PCs, mobile devices and even work independently.

Model 32M70A is built on the basis of an eight-bit VA-matrix with UHD (4K) resolution and 32-inch diagonal. Display brightness is 250 nits, contrast ratio is 3000: 1, viewing angles are 178 degrees. Additionally, support for HDR 10 is declared. The younger M5 series has Full HD resolution and will be available in 32 and 27 inches diagonals.

Users can connect their personal mobile devices to the monitor using Tap View, App Casting, Apple AirPlay, or Samsung DeX. With built-in Wi-Fi, the display works with Microsoft Office 365 applications without a PC connection, allowing you to view, edit and save documents in the cloud right from your monitor. Wireless remote access to files on a PC is declared, regardless of whether it is in the next room or even the office.

The monitor is equipped with multiple USB ports, a Bluetooth 4.2 module and a built-in speaker system. USB Type-C provides data transfer, display and power (up to 65W) with a single wire.

An important feature of the novelty is the ability to play content using the Samsung Smart Hub. The monitor’s app store lets you stream videos from Netflix, HBO and YouTube without connecting to a PC or mobile device. The display can be controlled by voice thanks to the Bixby integration.

The Samsung Smart Monitor will soon be available to order in the US, Canada and China, and in other countries from the end of November. The cost of the device has not yet been announced.

Source: techpowerup, samsung

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