Samsung unveils touch-screen monitor for professionals

Samsung logo Samsung debuted two new additions to its lineup of monitors, putting professional-grade picture quality within reach for professional and consumer audiences alike.

The Series 7 SC770 Touch Monitor comes optimized for Windows 8, while the Series 7 SC750 features a slim design and promise to deliver a premium picture quality. These monitors will be on display at the International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Samsung's booth, from January 8th to 11th, 2013.

Samsung Series 7 SC750

Samsung Series 7 SC750

The Series 7 SC770 Touch Monitor is Samsung's first multi-touch display optimized for Windows 8. Supporting up to 10 points of simultaneous multi-touch, users can drag, rotate or select objects on the monitor using their fingers.

Samsung SC770 Touch Monitor

The flexible, ergonomic stand of the SC770 adjusts to user preferences, offering a 60-degree tilt. The monitor features a thin bezel along with wide viewing angles.

The Series 7 SC750 monitor sports a slim design that is capable of a 90-degree pivot. It is optimized for surfing the web and viewing documents in both landscape and portrait modes. The monitor's stand positions the screen at a comfortable eye-level without the need for a support fixture. Displaying sharp images, the SC750 monitor touts a 5,000:1 contrast ratio.

The Series 7 SC750 monitor and the Series 7 SC770 Touch Monitor will be available worldwide in the first quarter of 2013.

First released in the second half of 2012 to the U.S. market, Samsung's Series 9 monitor will also be on display at CES. Each individual monitor is individually hand-tuned by technicians before it is shipped. In addition, a built-in color calibration engine enables users to adjust the uniformity, gamma and white balance of the display using Samsung's proprietary Natural Color Expert technology.

The Series 9 monitor also utilizes a PLS (Plane Line Switching) panel and Wide-Quad high-definition resolution (WQHD), delivering four times more detail than traditional HD.

Source: CDRinfo

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