Samsung SyncMaster C27A750 monitor offers wire-free connection

Samsung SyncMaster C27A750Samsung Electronics has unveiled its latest creation in LCD Monitor category- the 27-inch SyncMaster C27A750 which feature UWB (ultra-wide band) technology that allows wireless connection to your notebook or desktop PC.

The monitor offers 1920 x 1080 Full HD resolution, 300 cd/m2 brightness and of course also have the “standard” D-Sub and HDMI interfaces, for those who prefer the “old school” method of transmission of the video signal. The SyncMaster C27A750 also packs and two USB 2.0 and two USB 3.0. ports for hooking up and charge different USB devices and comes bundled with UWB USB dongle, which you have to connect to the laptop or PC.

Samsung SyncMaster C27A750

The SyncMaster C27A750 is expect to be available at the end of April for 599 Euro.

Samsung SyncMaster C27A750

Samsung SyncMaster C27A750

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