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Samsung introduces monitor featuring hand-tuned color calibration and quad HD display
Press release; Alex Wolfgram, DIGITIMES [Tuesday 27 August 2013]

Samsung Electronics has introduced the latest iteration of its professional grade Series 9 monitor, the SB971, featuring quad high-definition resolution and wide viewing angles.

The monitor features Samsung's professional-grade Plane Line Switching (PLS) panel technology, ensuring that the accurate color reproduction can been viewed at wide horizontal and vertical angles.

The SB971 design has been updated from the original SB970 monitor and no longer includes a glass cover on the bezel, minimizing glare and resulting in 100% SRGB visibility, added Samsung.

All of the monitor's internal components are housed in a round aluminum base. The base also includes all I/O ports and a USB hub. It also supports DisplayPort, Dual Link-DVI and HDMI video connections, and features built-in 7W stereo speakers and a Mobile High Definition Link (MHL) for MHL-enabled smartphones and tablets.

Samsung monitor

Samsung SB971 monitor
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