Samsung has just unveiled 12 new PC screens in three different ranges. These IPS displays have many technologies to enhance the visual experience to make it more comfortable for the eyes. The goal is to reduce eye strain even after prolonged use.
Samsung to unveil its brand new range of PC screens, there are a total of 12 of them. These are PC screens intended for office use, however this does not prevent them from having interesting configurations.
The particularity between these screens is to offer a design with fine borders, HDR10 and a viewing angle of 178 degrees. They have the functionality (Picture By Picture) and PIP (Picture In Picture), which makes it possible to display several contents at the same time on the screen.
Furthermore, all monitors are Intelligent Eye Care certified by TÜV Rheinland, this technology adapts the image quality by automatically adjusting the brightness and color temperature according to the ambient conditions.
The monitors also have a special eye mode that reduces blue light emissions, this light that would cause eye fatigue, as well as Flicker Free, a technology that protects the user’s eyes from any flickering on the screen.
The Samsung S8 range: 4K UHD or nothing
Let’s start with the S8 range made up of 3 screens of three different diagonals: 27, 32 and 34 inches. These are three IPS LCD monitors with UHD definition (3840 x 2160 pixels), all equipped with USB-C ports that support speeds of 10 Gbps and load of 90 Watts. Which means you can plug your PC or Mac into it for charging and video. You will also have USB ports on the screen for connecting a mouse, keyboard, external hard drive or a webcam.
Samsung S6 or S7: from QHD to UHD
There is also the S7 range with 7 screens in QHD definition. Among these 7, there is a 34-inch ultrawide screen (below) in UWQHD definition with a 1000R curvature. They are all equipped with a USB hub, like the S8, 90 Watt USB-C PD charging and they also have an Ethernet port. This can be very practical to have a workstation ready to use with your laptop. What seems nice with these screens is the adjustable tilt system with the ability to rotate them 90 degrees. The odd thing is that the S6 line offers AMD FreeSync, but the S7 or S8 line does not. Certainly a feature related to the definition of the slab. Moreover, Samsung does not communicate on the refresh rates which should undoubtedly be limited to 60 Hz.
The Samsung S7 range is the simplest, no USB hub or Ethernet, on the other hand have two two models with a 4K UHD definition.
For the moment, these are announcements without any details of availability or prices. It will therefore be necessary to wait until a local announcement which should not be long.