Samsung Announces Series 7 and Series 7 Touch Monitors

January 1, 2013, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Samsung’s new year starts off with some new lineups and monitors. The electronics giant has announced two new series: the Series 7 Touch (SC770) and the Series 7 (SC750) that would mark the beginning of a new year for the company.

Series 7 Touch, with their 24-inch screen size, would be the company’s first multi-touch display that would support Windows 8. The system boasts a resolution of 1,920 x 1080 with 178-degree viewing angles.

Moreover, it supports up to 10 points of simultaneous multi-touch, which means you can select, drag and rotate objects using your fingers. The SC770 is placed atop a stand that can be adjusted accordingly, and offers a 60-degree tilt so that users can use the touch display comfortably.

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The surrounding bezel is thin, and this provides for a wider screen space. The Series 7 (SC750), even though it doesn’t support touch input, is capable of offering the same 1080p resolution.

The monitor too sits on a stand that can pivot around 90-degrees for convenience. The company boasts ultra-sharp images on the monitor, with a 5,000:1 contrast ratio (about five times more than that found on a standard monitor).

The system is well set and designed to allow the user to surf the web and view documents in both landscape and portrait modes. Samsung is planning to release both models into the market during the first quarter of 2013.

Thee pricing is yet to be disclosed, but more about the monitors could be found out if you head over to Las Vegas when CES kicks off. Samsung will be there to showcase their new series.

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