Wednesday, August 24th 2011

Samsung Announces Trio of Professional Series 3 Monitors

Samsung Electronics unveiled three new high-resolution desktop displays under its Professional Series 3 family, the S27A850, S24A650, S24A350T. The 27-inch S27A850 is targeted at the professional media industry, it provides the benefits of 100% sRGB colorspace coverage, LED-backlighting, and more importantly, a native resolution of 2560 x 1440 pixels. Its panel provides viewing angles of 178 degrees, horizontally and vertically. The S24A650 and S24A350T are 24-inch screens, with 1920 x 1080 pixels resolution. The two are capable of 3000:1 static contrast ratio, and are equipped with Samsung's Eco Saving features that reduce power consumption by up to 50%. Pricing of these three displays are unclear at this point.
Source: VR-Zone
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9 Comments on Samsung Announces Trio of Professional Series 3 Monitors

Ya, the 850 is the new PLS displays, the others are MVA i think.
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first PLS panels used for monitors:rockout:
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will wait for the review, still interested in buying the 24in monitors.
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buggalugs said:
Ya, the 850 is the new PLS displays, the others are MVA i think.
Are PLS better than IPS? I have been looking to get a really nice monitor.
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Looks like it's got decent response times...waiting for a price. I wonder if 2560x1440 would be a bother over 2560x1600 as far as game support.

Edit: From pictures, looks like this thing has a 3-port USB 3.0 hub, two dual-link DVI inputs, audio in and headphone jacks, an HDMI in, and an interesting way of hiding the AC adapter:

(click for CNET Gallery)

I think that's the wrong monitor, sorry :o Maybe not.


Price is going to hover around $900-$1000.
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v12dock said:
Thanks for the link, I will buy one of these now that my existing monitor is 3 years old.
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VS Dell 27 ISP

sI wanna know how is this against the Dell 27 ISP.
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Completely Bonkers
I so rike pretty China girl sitting on desk while I watch colour barroons in roffice hoping for lucky good-time.

OR, WTF is that for marketing for an office/business display?
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