Samsung’s 2023 display plans include Odyssey gaming monitors, a new version and a new version smart display. The company also has a 27-inch, color-accurate 5K LCD display called the ViewFinity S9. Samsung claims that the 5120×2880 pixels IPS display has a matte surface to reduce glare. It covers 99 percent DCI/P3 wide colors.
ViewFinity S9 can support a wide variety of I/O, including HDMI and Thunderbolt 4 as well as DisplayPort and USB-C. It can charge laptops as high as 96W. Its sleek design and metal enclosure complement the S9’s sleek design. Apple Studio ScreenLG’s OLED screens. Unfortunately, I was unable to get a response at press time regarding whether Samsung’s new monitor has local dimming. This feature will likely be highlighted if it does. Black levels and general contrast may not live up to OLED and Mini LED screens. Samsung claims that the “HDR600” improves highlight detail and shadow detail.
The screen is intended for consumers, but Samsung still integrated its Tizen TV OS in the ViewFinity 99. You will be able access all the popular streaming apps even if the screen isn’t connected to any other devices. The box comes with a small 4K webcam that you can attach to make video calls. Samsung claims that the software will intelligently track and zoom in on your subject.
Samsung has simplified the calibration process for its latest display by making it easy to use an app on your smartphone. “A built-in color calibration engine ensures accurate screen color and brightness, allowing users to adjust white balance, gamma, and RGB color balance for perfect accuracy with their smartphones through the Samsung Smart Calibration app,” the company wrote in its press release. We’ll have to see how it works in practice.
Samsung has not yet revealed pricing details for the ViewFinity S9, as is the norm with CES product announcements. However, it claims it will ship “early” in the year. The Apple Studio Display, which is also 27 inches, starts at $1599 when it’s configured with the standard glossy display. My guess is that Samsung will outshine it with its sleek, 5K screen. However, it’ll still be interesting to see what the pricing is.
Stay tuned to see our live impressions from the ViewFinity 9 at CES 2023 in Las Vegas. The company also announces SmartMonitor M80C. It is a minor update. From last year’s show It comes in new colors and adds a SmartThings Hub to the display — as well as a feature called My Contents, which “adds photos, timelines, weather, and more to the display around the display,” according to Samsung. It will be offered in white, pink and blue as well as green.
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