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Samsung Electronics has introduced new monitors to bring professional-grade quality picture to both consumer and professional audiences. The touch screen monitor series 7 SC770 from Samsung supports Windows 8. The series 7 SC750 has an ergonomic design and offers premium picture quality.
The series 7 SC770 is a touch-sensitive monitor and is the first multi-touch display made by Samsung. It supports Windows 8 and has around 10 points where users can multi-touch simultaneously. Users will be able to drag, select or rotate objects on the screen just by using their fingers. The SC770 is equipped with an ergonomic stand that can be adjusted to the preferences of the user.
The Series 7 SC750 is constructed in an ergonomic design and is very slim. It has the capability for 90 degree pivot increasing the convenience to users. The monitor is ideal for browsing web and allows users to view both in portrait and landscape modes.
The sleek stand of the monitor is designed to be positioned at the eye level of the user without needing any support. The monitor is capable of displaying very sharp images and offers a contrast ratio of 5000: 1. This ratio is five times the contrast ratio of standard monitors. Both these monitors will be available for sale across the world in Q1 of 2013.
Series 9 SB970 is a professionally pre-calibrated monitor which was released for the first time in the US market in the latter half of 2012. The company states that the monitor will offer excellent picture quality with color accuracy that is almost life-like. Each monitor has been hand-tuned individually by technicians before they are shipped. This monitor also uses WQHD (Wide-Quad high definition resolution) and Plane Line Switching (PLS) panel.
All these monitors will be put on display in Samsung Booth at CES 2013.