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Samsung ViewFinity S8 monitors have 4K resolution, USB-C and Ethernet – Computer – News

Samsung offers ViewFinity series of monitors with high resolution and wide color gamut. There will be two ViewFinity S8 models; These are 16: 9 IPS screens with a resolution of 4k and diagonals of 27 and 32 inches. The monitors have a USB-C and Ethernet connection.

The ViewFinity S8 screens It can display 98 percent of the DCI-P3 color gamut, according to Samsung. Samsung uses IPS panels with a resolution of 3840 x 2160 pixels, a response time of 5 ms, a refresh rate of 60 Hz and support for 10-bit display. Monitors are intended for business use and applications where accurate color reproduction is important.

The 32-inch model has VESA DisplayHDR 600 certification and a peak brightness of 600cd/m². The 27-inch version must be compatible with DisplayHDR 400 and a maximum of 400cd/m². Both screens have a contrast ratio of 1000:1. Samsung emphasizes the matte color of the panels and indicates that they reflect light. Monitors are adjustable in height, swivel and tilt.

ViewFinity S8 displays have USB-C connectivity with DisplayPort Alt Mode, 10Gb/s transfer speed and 90W of power delivery. The monitors also have a Gigabit Ethernet connection, an HDMI 2.0 port and a DisplayPort 1.4 connection.

The 32-inch monitor has the model number S32B800PXE and the 27-inch version has the model number S27B800PXE. According to Samsung, the displays will be launched worldwide at the end of June. The manufacturer has not stated recommended retail prices.

ViewFinity is a new name for Samsung monitors with high resolution and wide color gamut. The manufacturer previously released similar models without this brand name. Made last year The company has twelve screens in the S8, S7, and S6 series.

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