Samsung announced the 2021 monitor line. It consists of 12 high-resolution models with a very thin bezel. The new monitor is also HDR10 compliant, with the ability to display over a billion colours. They are available in a variety of screen sizes, from 24 inches to 32 inches.
According to a Korean company, the new monitor is perfect for telecommuting setups, thanks to its realistic image quality, highly ergonomic design, and pivot, tilt, and swivel features. In addition, all of these monitors are competent eye care certified.
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The new Samsung monitors are divided into three series: S6, S7 and S8.
There are three models in the S8 series: 32-inch S80A, 27-inch S80A, and 27-inch S80UA. These models feature a flat panel display with 4K resolution, HDR10, 1.07 billion colours, 99% sRGB coverage, and a USB 3.0 hub. It also features a height-adjustable stand (HAS), pivot, rotation, and tilt ergonomic adjustments.
The S7 series has two monitors, a 27-inch S70A and a 32-inch S70A. Both are 4K flat panel monitors, HDR10, 1.07 billion colours.
Samsung S65UA 34 inch curved monitor
The S6 series has seven monitors: 34 inch S65UA, 32 inch S60UA, 27 inch S60UA, 24 inch S60UA, 32 inch S60A, 27 inch S60A and 24 inch S60A. The 32-inch S65UA is an ultra-wide QHD monitor with a 3440 x 1440, an aspect ratio of 21: 9, a 1000R curved screen, 1.07 billion colours.
The S60UA is available in three sizes: 32 inches, 27 inches and 24 inches. All come with adjustable QHD resolution, AMD FreeSync, HDR10, 1.07 billion colours, USB Type-C port, USB 3.0 hub, pivot, pan, and tilt.
There are three models in the S60 series: 32-inch, 27-inch, and 24-inch. Configuration of multiple monitors from Samsung 2021 monitor range Samsung has not yet announced these monitors’ price or availability, but they will be
available in the coming weeks.