Samsung introduced the first touch Series 7 monitors optimized for Windows 8

The change of direction to the touch input is also affecting the traditional desktop monitor and a few models appeared on the market since the release of Windows 8 in late October. Samsung is also following the new trend, which today announced the arrival of three new Series 7 screens, curiously all very different from each other.

Samsung Series 7 Touch SC770

Samsung Series 7 Touch SC770

The common denominator is the touch input to 10 points of contact while the two diagonals are: 24″ for the SC770 and 27″ for the SC750 and S27B970. Two sizes but three different panels, MVA for the first, WVA LED for the second and the third PLS, three technologies qualitatively superior to the cheap TN. Especially in the PLS we can see the ideal candidate for use in graphics and photography which has also joined an excellent resolution of 2560 × 1440 pixels! The other two models are simply full HD.

Samsung SC750 and SC770

Samsung SC750 and SC770

On the S770 we find also a pedestal different from the others, which is capable of tilting to 60 degrees to avoid fatigue when using the touch input. More traditional stand on the other two versions, which use the traditional system of rotation of 90 degrees to flip the image in the portrait position. The response times are of 5ms for all models (gray-to-gray), as well as the viewing angles of 178 ° and 16.7 M of colors. In addition to panel sizes and technology are also differences in the input, plus various on S27B970 with HDMI, dual link DVI, DisplayPort and MHL for signal transmission in wireless with compatible devices.

Samsung S27B970

Samsung S27B970

The Korean company has not yet given any indication on prices, but speaks only of availability, scheduled for the first quarter of 2013 for SC770 and SC750, and still unknown for the S27B970.

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