I remember some 3-4 years ago when Samsung released Serif TV, and I couldn't imagine what the company was thinking. The TV was hideous when it tried to tread the line between home appliances and gadget. So a year later, Samsung debuted its QLED TVs with ambient mode, which, instead of making the TV, stand out. Ambient Mode was a genius work and showed that Samsung took research and design seriously rather than just coming up with eye-catching forms.
Your latest product, Space Monitor, confirms my belief that Samsung can create some spectacular products that are also state-of-the-art. The Space Monitor (SR75) literally does what it says. Designed to give you a remarkably better desktop experience, the screen saves tons of space in your workplace by squeezing to the edge of the desk so that the screen slides up to the wall. Most displays come with large, bulky stands, just because they are so large and unstable. Space Monitor does not have that problem, because it depends on a vice grip rather than a tripod. A large arm connects the grip to the screen so you can push the screen back and forth, giving you the comfort of having a wall-mounted display at times, and a screen that is close at other times. Angles can be easily adjusted too, without worrying about anything that swears over, or even without having to make room on your desktop. Samsung goes the extra mile to use this long wide arm to hide power cables and HDMI cables, and gives you a screen that is just beautiful and keeps your work area empty and clean.
Space Monitor comes in two sizes 27-inch model with QHD resolution and a 32-inch model that is 4K UHD. Announced before CES 201
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