Samsung announced its new Series 7 Smart Station (CB750) and Series 7 HDTV monitor (TB750). The former combines a HD monitor with wireless docking station, while the latter is a Full HD monitor with built-in TV tuner and WiDi technology from Intel. Both Series 7 are available in 24-inch and 27-inch options and feature Full HD 1920×1080 resolution and LED-backlit.
Designed to bring content from smaller screen devices such as notebook, smartphone or tablet to a bigger screen, the Series 7 Smart Station supports Wireless USB Display technology with Full HD support and comes with a USB wireless adapter. It is able to find a laptop equipped with the wireless adapter once it is moved within a 5-foot radius of the device. It comes with built-in 5Wx2 stereo speakers.
The Series 7 HDTV monitor, on the other hand, comes with built-in HDTV tuner and includes Samsung’s SmartHub function for access to downloadable apps and online content from Hulu, Netflix and more. It has an asymmetrical design with the neck placed to the right of the display. Its integrated picture-in-picture (PiP) display allows users to even continue working while simultaneously viewing television. There is 7Wx2 stereo speakers.
These Series 7 displays both support Mobile High Definition Link (MHL) for linking MHL-compatible smartphones and tablets easily to bring content to a bigger screen; and Mobile Control. They come with two USB 3.0 and one USB 2.0 ports, and has HDMI input. The HDTV monitor support WiFi as well.
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Posted March 8th, 2012 in News by Michael