Samsung’s monitor has wireless charging capability to boot
When it comes to monitors, you can be sure that there are dime a dozen models to choose from. After all, with so many players in the market, it is no surprise at all to see that one will need to take the necessary steps in order to ensure that one’s product is well differentiated from another. Samsung Electronics knows this all too well, which is why they have come up with the Samsung SE370. Now, the question that many people would ask is this – what makes the Samsung SE370 so special compared to the other monitors that are in the market? The Samsung SE370’s unique characteristic that you cannot find anywhere else would be this – it so happens to be the industry’s very first monitor that sports an integrated wireless charging function that will cater for mobile devices.
Your eyes will be treated to 23.6” and 27” models where the Samsung SE370 monitor is concerned, and it will certainly do its job in reducing the amount of clutter in your work area, as it does away with all of the unnecessary cables as well as ports required to charge mobile devices. Not only that, your eyes will definitely be treated to superior picture quality, enhanced visual performance and thoughtful design, as the monitor itself seamlessly integrates advanced technologies which offer both professionals and consumers an optimal viewing and usability experience.
The Samsung SE370 monitor will play nice with a slew of mobile devices that make use of the leading Qi wireless charging standard, which so happened to have been developed by the Wireless Power Consortium (WPC). Qi also holds the rank of being of the most readily-available global interface standards. The Samsung SE370 monitor consolidates the multiple charging ports found in other displays with a circular wireless charging area integrated in the monitor’s stand, and all that you need to do is to place your power hungry device on the stand’s charging area in order to initiate automatic charging, and confirmation will happen via an LED light. Users will also be able to continue working as their mobile devices charge, and this would go a long way in enhancing one’s productivity and work task efficiency. Any takers?