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Samsung Announces a new Monitor that doubles as a Smart TV

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In line with changing needs, Samsung has announced a new Smart monitor that combines several aspects of the new normal in one package – working, learning, and consuming entertainment content from home.

Its all-new Smart Monitor, called Samsung Smart Monitor, embodies features meant for all three needs, so you don’t have to pick a screen for each.

The monitor can be connected with a variety of devices due to the included connectivity options. You can connect Smart Monitor M7 to your Samsung Galaxy phone via Dex.

It can also be connected via the two available HDMI 2.0 and USB-C ports(for display, charging up to 65W, and data transfer). Furthermore, it also supports casting with App Casting and Apple AirPlay 2 for iPhones and iPads.

To suit remote working and learning, it can run Microsoft Office 365 applications without a PC connection – as long as you connect it to Wi-Fi. Multiple USB-A ports are also available, and Bluetooth 4.2 is supported.

For your entertainment needs, the monitor can stream HDR10 content from Netflix, HBO, YouTube, etc. It has built-in two-channel speakers.

Samsung Smart Monitor

Samsung Smart Monitor

The monitor ships with a remote control but to those who love hands-free control, Bixby is available. The smart TV sie of things runs Samsung’s Tizen OS.

Samsung Smart Monitor Price

Samsung Smart Monitor will be selling in two models for a start. The 32-inch M7 supports Ultra-High Definition (UHD), a.k.a 4K, resolution and M5, available in either 32- or 27-inch with Full HD (FHD) resolution. 27-inch M7 goes for $230, 32-inch for $280, and the 32-inch M7 is priced at $400.

The monitor is available for purchase in the US, Canada, and China starting today, but other regions should be served at the end of this month.

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Alvin Wanjala has been writing about technology for over 2 years(and counting). He writes about different topics in the consumer tech space. He loves streaming music, programming, and gaming during downtimes.
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