Samsung Series 7 Windows 8 Monitors Introduced; Touch-Screen Enabled, Tilting Panel And More

I am the big fan of Samsung products, it could be a laptop or a smartphone or a LED television and we are expecting a great range of technical designs to be released this year, but it seems that the south Korean electronics has taken their first step by announcing a couple of new Series 7 monitors, one of them which will be supported by different orientations, with the other being particularly optimized to work seamlessly with Microsoft’s latest Windows 8 operating system.

The early reveal of its forthcoming Series 7 monitors carries the SC770 model number and will be a 24-inch posing a panel resolution of 1920 x 1080, offering a full 1080p high-definition experience to users – due to be unveiled at CES 2013 in Las Vegas next week – with two new models on offer.


The SC770 would be the first monitor released by the Korean company that has been specifically designed and opted to be used on conjunction with Windows 8, and has therefore been optimized (developed) to be multi-touch compatible, and that allows users to flawlessly navigate through Microsoft’s new operating system through on-screen gestures enabled. The SC770 monitor will also feature with an adjustable base with a 60-degree tilt capability. Making it easier to swipe your way though Windows 8 on your desktop.

The newly announced monitor mirrors the design of some Samsung’s latest LED TVs and gives you a multi-touch panel, supporting up to 10 points of the touch architecture. By offerings a thin bazel and ergonomic stand with 60-degree tilt to help you get the perfect position. You get a 24-inch full HD panel, with a 5000:1 contrast ratio and HDMI connection.

The second release has been given the SC750 model number and is a 27-inch creation that should appeal to those looking for a non-touch based output device. The SC750 monitor model offers 90-degree rotation, offering a contrast ratio of 5000:1 and wide viewing angles from the LED display, and an HDMI connection around the back. Like it’s smaller touch-based brother, the SC750 will come with the same full high-definition 1080p resolution and will also benefit from the ability to pivot over 90-degrees to allow the user to view content in portrait and landscape orientations. If you’re one of those people who’s always shooting your iPhone 5 video in portrait, this might be just the ticket to rejoice.

Samsung has announced that both of the new monitors (SC770 & SC750) will be available to purchase during the first quarter of 2013.




The monitors however will be available at some point in the next couple of months, the company is yet to announce any official pricing points. Samsung is expected to have a clear large presence at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES 2013) that starts on January 8th, with both the SC770 and the SC750 being shown during the event, with the possibility of a retail price announcement being on cards.


Rumors also suggests that the company is going to introduce the Samsung Galaxy S4 during the trade-show. (source Samsung)