The annual Consumer Electronics Show (CES) is just around the corner, and announcements of new products have already started rolling in, including a bunch of high-end displays from Samsung . But among many, the Space Monitor that can be attached to your desktop with a clip, seems particularly exciting.
The minimally designed screen can sit at the edge of the desk, allowing you to accommodate all your other things. It can also rest your back on a wall behind it. And because it just needs to squeeze on the desk, you don't have to drill holes in the wall or use a wall mount. This makes the room monitor a compelling choice for people with testy landlords.
It also has a flexible arm for placing the screen near you right on your desk, or as far back as you want, as shown below.
The power and HDMI cables are routed through the back of the stand, which helps reduce the clutter on the desktop. In addition, the stand snaps into the screen's thin frame when you place it against the wall.
It's probably hard to mount your monitor – and it also makes it easy to move to another desktop at any time.  Samsung will release two variants of the Space Monitor: a 27-inch QHD model and a 32-inch UHD (4K) model. According to the company's pre-order side, they are priced $ 399 and $ 499 respectively. In addition, the Amazon listing shows that the screen will be released on February 23. You can read more about Space Monitor here.
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Released January 4, 2019 – 05:22 UTC