South Korean tech company Samsung Electronics recently launched its 21″ monitor series in expectation of the demand for remote working and distance learning.
The S8, S7, and S6 are being the only ones launched in other countries besides the United States, with all versions offering more than one billion colour hue, and enhanced High Dynamic Range (HDR)
Yonhap news agency says 10 prices vary between $400 and $670 in South Korea. It has a 32- and 27-inch screen options and offers 99% of the sRGB colour gamut for consumers, says Samsung. There is a USB-C-type link for 10Gbps throughput.
Available in 27 and 32-inch sizes, the S7 offers UHD resolution. The cover has an ultra-slim border and borderless style. The S6 comes in four screen sizes, but also supports both quad HD and picture-by-in-picture functionality. Specifically, the S6500 Curved UltraWide QHD monitor has a 1000R curvature, which the company says provides an improved viewing experience for video and has a 21:9 aspect ratio for computer monitors.
“Many monitors have also won TUV Rhein Technical Service’s German organisation the title of the ‘Smart Care Certification.'” Also, the screens have an eye protector mode that reduces blue light emissions, which can be set to turn on automatically when you first boot up or manually.
(Market tracker) Analyst International Data Corporation claims that Samsung was the fifth-largest computer Monitor provider in 2012, with an 8.6% market share. Global shipments of 11.7 million units are up 30.6% in 2020, according to IDC.