Samsung demonstrates new 5th and 7th series monitors

The Korean electronics giant Samsung has demonstrated new 5th and 7th series monitors specifically designed for use at home and at work. The new products come with 27-inch screens and two HDMI ports and support the MHL (Mobile HighDefinition Link) technology, which gives users wide multimedia possibilities and allows them to watch content from mobile Android-based devices.

The new Samsung monitors share a lot with the already released 9th series and this is why they debut with asymmetric chassis made of light and high quality materials and adjustable stands that give you the possibility to adjust the monitor any way you want.

Samsung S27B550V monitor

The more budget oriented 5th series monitors feature a more conservative design with the stand being placed in the middle, although they also come with a dual-layer plastic that uses a transparent top layer and a white lower layer.

Depending on the model the novelties will sell in Russia for 600 USD for the 27-inch Samsung S27B550V or for 700 USD for the 27-inch Samsung S27B750V monitor.


Source: HWP.ru

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