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Samsung Series 9 monitor
Ralf Jurrien : July 9th 2012 - 15:33 CET
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SamsungSamsung Series 9 LED desktop monitor : Samsung Electronics America announced that it is now shipping its award winning Series 9 LED desktop monitor. The culmination of over five years of global market leadership in monitors, the new 27 inch Samsung Series 9 LED desktop monitor incorporates the best that Samsung has to offer, including its exclusive Natural Color Expert technology, which provides a richer viewing experience for graphic artists, photographers, designers and anyone else with a sense of style working with photos and video content. Starting at a price of $ 1,199.99 the Samsung Series 9 LED desktop monitor will be available through an exclusive prelaunch with NewEgg.

Series 9 monitor

Samsung Series 9
“More and more, consumers are demanding products that allow them to better view, edit and share their photos, videos and entertainment content,” said Todd Bouman, vice president of product marketing at Samsung’s Enterprise Business Division. “With its sleek, elegant silhouette, coupled with Samsung’s signature best-in-class viewing experience, the Samsung Series 9 LED desktop monitor is a must have for consumers that want the best in elegant design, stunning display quality and convenient functionality to create the best overall viewing experience possible.”

Samsung Series 9

Samsung LED desktop monitor Series 9
The Samsung LED desktop monitor Series 9 features a professional grade PLS panel, Quad HD resolution and Mobile High Definition Link (MHL), allowing users to connect a tablet or smartphone and view videos, images or games from that device. In addition, each Series 9 monitor is individually hand calibrated by Samsung engineers through an hour-long calibration process ensuring that every unit leaving the factory is ready for the ultimate user experience. It was originally announced at CES 2012 Show in Las Vagas.
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