One product that might spark undivided attention will be provided by Samsung this year, which allows you to charge your phone with the new Samsung monitor. The tech department at the company have apparently outdone themselves, by bringing a familiar product with a unique feature for the first time to the market.
The recently unveiled SE370 Samsung monitor will have a built-in wireless charger for mobile phones, all wrapped up nicely with the sleek design. That means that it will allow you to play, watch, work or navigate while your phone is recharging its batteries with no wires in sight, so this might be the product for you if you prefer a light, spacious desk.
The wireless charger will be placed on the monitor’s horizontal stand, which will be the perfect placement for you not to miss notifications or calls. It will allow for proper view of both devices with no cables around to constrict your work space. It is quite an impressive feat, especially for those who have all the electrical outlets surrounding their computer already taken.
There will be no more need to jump out of your chair to get to your phone, though it might lessen the validity of the excuse that your phone was charging and not near you for those inclined to refuse answering.
The new Samsung monitor comes with excellent quality we have known from their monitors, with two options in size from 24 inches to 27 inches. The resolution will be of 1920×1080 pixels, which might naturally make the 24 inches option preferable in order to get the sharper view, and offers full, clear visibility at 178 degree angles.
The response time is an entirely acceptable 4ms and a contrast ratio of 1000:1 which is quite enough for proper gaming experiences if matched up with a decent graphics card. The featured ports will be HDMI 1.4 port, DisplayPort 1.2 and a D-Sub port along with multiple other useful functions such as Eco Saving Plus, Game Mode, Eye Saver Mode, Flicker Free and FreeSync.
However, the wireless charger still remains the cherry on top of the very high-tech cake, which will use a Qi wireless standard. So users who rely on a different charging standards, such as PMA, will not be able to use its main attraction.
The pricing has not been made official as of yet, so it still remains to be seen if being the only monitor able to charge up smartphones will make a good selling point all by itself.
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