Samsung has announced the 32M70A monitor, which claims to be the world’s first Do-It-All panel that lets you do many things without a PC connection.
The novelty has a set of smart functions that are implemented on the basis of the embedded operating system Tizen 5.5. For example, you can use Microsoft Office 365 applications, Netflix services, HBO, YouTube, and others. Interaction with the intelligent voice assistant Bixby 2.0 is supported.
A Wi-Fi 5 wireless adapter is used to connect to a computer network. In addition, there is a Bluetooth 4.2 controller. Through the USB Type-C interface, a laptop can be connected to the monitor using a single cable: in this case, up to 65 W of energy is transmitted.
Two HDMI 2.0 connectors are available to use the novelty in normal mode. The equipment includes 5-watt stereo speakers and a USB hub for connecting peripheral devices.
The monitor is based on a flat 32-inch VA matrix with 4K resolution (3840 × 2160 pixels). Brightness is 250 cd / m22, contrast – 3000: 1. The panel has a response time of 8 ms, horizontal and vertical viewing angles up to 178 degrees, and a refresh rate of 60 Hz.
Sales of new items begin today, November 16. Samsung will also release monitors of the M5 series with similar capabilities: these models will receive a Full HD (1920 × 1080 pixels) screen with a diagonal of 32 and 27 inches.
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