Samsung starts sales of the 24-inch S24C750P LED monitor

Samsung has started sales of its latest 7th generation monitor known as S24C750P. The new company product offers a 24-inch LED display at Full HD resolution (1920 x 1080 pixels), a static contrast ratio of 3000:1, 5 ms of response time and viewing angles of 178 degrees (both horizontal and vertical).

The S24C750P monitor also offers Samsung’s Magic Upscale technology that provides high quality playback of pictures and movies that have not been created for Full HD resolution. In addition users get MHL (Mobile HighDefinition Link) technology for great multimedia capabilities including watching movies and pictures from Android-enabled devices. There’s Magic Rotation too – this one automatically switches the display orientation when the monitor is rotated to portrait position.

Being a true 7th generation monitor the S24C750P comes with the most advanced materials available. As a result the monitor uses high quality light materials that offer flexibility allowing the S24C750P to be mounted on any surface out there. Moreover the monitor has been optimized for work with various documents including web pages.

The new Samsung S24C750P is available now. Pricing is unknown.


Source: Samsung

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