Samsung’s bringing three new displays to CES: commence throwing your money at the screen

Samsung's bringing three new displays to CES: commence throwing your money at the screen

The biggest show of the year is just a few days short from arriving in the Nevada desert and it’s time for the big boys to show off the attention-grabbing objects of desire. Samsung’s setting mouths watering at the sight of three new displays: two monitors and a HDTV/monitor that’s gonna hate to sit in your office. The Series 7 HDTV is a 24-or-27-inch display with a built-in HDTV tuner so you can flip between that spreadsheet / football game. There’s WiDi and MHL gear inside too, so you can stream content from your computer, cellphone or tablet and will set you back $600 when it arrives in March. The Series 7 Smart Station will appear on shelves the same day, costing $50 less but missing the HDTV tuner and WiDi unit.

For the serious screen lover, the Series 9 is a 27-inch premium monitor that’s packing a plane line switching panel with a QHD resolution of 2560 x 1440 and MHL, so those spreadsheets can go from smartphone to display in seconds. Of course, that teeth-whitening resolution comes at a price: it’ll cost you $1200 when it also arrives in March.

Source: engadget