Samsung C27A750X
Samsung C27A750X connects wirelessly to PCs

12 May 2011 | Rasmus Larsen |

Samsung's new 27-inch C27A750X Hub Monitor wirelessly transfers images to your PC. After they are paired the two units also automatically connect in the future. You just turn on your PC and can start working, surfing the web or playing a game immediately

Samsung C27A750X is wireless

We have seen great innovation in the TV arena in the recent years but monitor innovation has been slow. Samsung hopes to change that with their new Hub Monitors with wireless technology built in.

Samsung C27A750X
Samsung C27A750X

Imagine that you put your laptop on the desk, start your computer, and start working without having to connect any cables. After the laptop is paired with the monitor it also automatically powers on the monitor when the two units are placed within 1 meter of each other. Video signals are sent wirelessly to the PC without delay or loss of picture quality, Samsung Says.

Samsung C27A750X
Samsung C27A750X

The first model in the Hub Monitor range is Samsung’s 27-inch C27A750X. It comes with a TN panel and 1920x1080 pixel resolution. Response time is 2 ms (g2g) and viewing angles are 170/160 degrees. The monitor also features built-in USB 3.0 ports.

Samsung C27A750X is in stores now in most countries.

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