Samsung has announced the world launch of their Smart Monitors m7 series, which could be a do-it-all monitor that mixes a standard PC display with a Samsung Smart TV experience. It’s connectivity options for both PCs and smartphones, native support for Microsoft Office 365 applications, and other apps like Netflix, YouTube, etc.
The Smart Monitor has many connectivity options such as Tap View App Casting, Apple AirPlay, Samsung DeX along with the traditional HMDI 2.0 port and a USB Type-C port, which supports up to 65W charging. The monitor features Adaptive Picture which can adjust brightness and color temperature optimize the picture quality for any viewing environment.
The Samsung smart monitor m7 has embedded WiFi capabilities that enable support for Microsoft Office 365 applications without needing a PC to be connected to the Remote feature lets users wirelessly and remotely access files from a PC or view content from a laptop. Regarding the “Smart” features, the monitor has an app store where entertainment apps like Netflix, HBO, and YouTube can be from.
Features of Samsung smart monitor m7 for User:
- Adaptive Picture and Eye Saver Mode will automatically adjust screen brightness and blue light levels based on the environment, and the Flicker-Free screen further reduces strain.
- Traditional hardware connectivity with USB-C4, USB, and Bluetooth 4.2 ports, allows a direct and hassle-free connection to a PC or laptop.
- Slim, sleek, and compact design easily fits into existing workspaces, even if it’s a home office desk, kitchen countertop, or coffee table.
Price and features:
This m7 monitor comes with 32-inches big-screen monitor and the price of this monitor is the most expensive model it comes with a $399 price tag. Hare Samsung gives you the UHD display the resolution of this screen is (3840×2160) come with a VA (Vertical Alignment) panel.
This Samsung m7 offers you 5W of two speakers also in smart features m& come with voice assistant which controls with Bixby 2.0, Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant and SmartThings integration for a more accessible experience. With this monitor, you get full smart-TV experience when what to watch TV can if then use it as a monitor.
|Ports||HDMI2.0, USB-C, USB 2.0|
|Other networks||WI-Fi 5, Bluetooth 4.2,|
|Operating system||Tizen 5.5|
|Smart features||Voice assistant, VOD and smart apps, mobile casting, remote access|
Very Good Value for the Money:
The Samsung Smart Monitor definitely passes all quality and convenience checks of a typical monitor, that produces it quite predictable, though, because it doesn’t really provide anything special as a monitor alone (moderate to low brightness, standard refresh rate, and no real gaming support). However, what makes it great is its comprehensive suite of various use cases that combine very nicely with its very competitive price.
Due to this, we reasonably value the M50A slightly quite the M70A, if only because the significantly lower cost means you’ll be able to indulge its secondary/additional wireless monitor perks as an investment, rather than being just an entertainment medium.
Nonetheless, if you’re within the marketplace for an Ultra HD 4K experience, the M70A is a wonderful buy, and would still be comparatively cheaper (performance ratio-wise) compared to other 4K models. USB-C monitors are still rare and hard to return by. One with all the bells and whistles just like the Samsung Smart Monitor is virtually non-existent. Definitely worth a glance.
Samsung has essentially created a new product category with the M7 smart monitor. It’s lots more in common with a smart TV than any dedicated gaming monitor, and yet due to its form factor, it’s easy to position on a desktop. Of course, you’ll add the streaming capability to a different PC monitor using some third-party device sort of a Roku or Fire TV, but the M7 has HDMI ARC and device. By giving this monitor features and capabilities taken from its TVs, Samsung has created a useful, affordable, adaptable PC smart monitor that’s adapted to the wants of today’s multi-device lifestyle