Samsung has launched a brand new one. External monitor It says it offers everything today’s hybrid workers need to be productive.
The 24-inch S4 display comes with a pop-up webcam, a set of speakers, a microphone and help reduce eye strain. The monitor itself is capable of displaying full HD resolution (1920×1080) and has a wide viewing angle of 178 degrees horizontally and vertically. It also serves as a hub, with multiple connectivity ports (HDMI, DP, D-Sub and Audio out) allowing mobile users to seamlessly connect to and from the display.
The 2.0-megapixel FHD camera pops up and down once pressed, allowing users to physically cover the sensor when it’s not in use. The camera also has an infrared sensor, which enables users to not only participate in conference calls and video chats, but also log in using Windows Hello instead of the traditional password. Samsung claims that the infrared sensor scans the user’s face and allows the user to log in in less than two seconds.
The monitor also comes with a built-in 2W dual stereo speaker, which the company claims “provides a better audio experience while video conferencing and video watching.”
Finally, Samsung says that the monitor can help reduce eye strain, which occurs when you have to spend a lot of time in front of the screen. It reportedly comes with flicker-free, low blue light features, “designed to minimize harmful visual effects after long-term use.” He was awarded Flickr Free and Low Blue Light Certificates by the international certification group TUV Rheinland.
In the last two years, we have seen an explosion of remote and hybrid workers in organizations of all shapes and sizes. However, the transition was not without its challenges. Aside from connectivity, having old hardware is a big headache for many people. Most organizations, including both enterprises and SMBs, have increased their investment in new technologies to help their remote workers become more productive.
“Samsung provides consumers with a solution that meets their needs,” said Hsong Ha, senior vice president of Samsung Electronics’ visual display business.
“We’ve designed this product with the new hybrid work environment in mind. Thanks to the webcam at the top of the screen, users can join video conferencing, take online classes or have a single monitor.” Can participate in virtual events.
The monitor is now available in the US, Europe, South Korea and Southeast Asia, reads Samsung’s website, but is not priced.