New Samsung M5 and M7 Monitor with Tizen OS, Works Standalone

Samsung M5 and M7 Monitor

Samsung M5 and M7 Monitor

Recently, Samsung Electronics Korea announced, Samsung is now launching two high-end smart monitor M7 (32-inch, UHD) and M5 (32-inch, 27-inch, FHD) in the South Korean market. According to Samsung, the product is a new concept monitor that can be connected to a Smart Hub running Tizen OS to enjoy various content services without a PC. With a host of smart features, users can view a variety of content on a single monitor.

Samsung Smart Displays can connect to the network via a wireless connection. Also, there are subscriptions to Netflix, Youtube, and so on. Besides, the Microsoft Office 365 suite with Remote Access feature and cloud services is also available for users who work from home.

Also, the Samsung Smart Display supports the “Bixby” voice remote control, which improves the connection between the monitor and other devices. The smart display also has the features of a regular monitor, such as the ability to charge via USB C, up to 65W of power or 10Gbps transfer rate, and support for various connectivity features such as USB 2.0 and Bluetooth 4.2. Besides, a two-channel 5W speaker is built-in in a slim and stylish design, so you can experience vivid contents without connecting external speakers.

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The Samsung M7 monitor’s 32-inch version and M5 32″ and 27″ models are priced at 550,000 KRW (approx. 37,500 INR), 410,000 KRW (approx. 27,900 INR) and Samsung M5 27″ priced at 350,000 KRW (approx. 23,900 INR) respectively.


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