Samsung rolls out new LCD monitors

samsung-new-lcds.jpgSamsung has taken advantage of Macworld by displaying a couple of its new LCD monitors – the 24″ and 25.5″ LCD monitors which were specially designed for consumers as well as commercial users who are looking for something in the market that features enhanced entertainment and multimedia capabilities. The 25.5″ model is known as the SyncMaster 2693HM, while the 24″ model has been christened the SyncMaster 2493HM.

Both of these monitors will come loaded with entertainment friendly options such as the capability to display full 1080p high definition resolution, HDMI inputs, and integrated multimedia speakers. Judging by those capabilities alone, you can tell that Samsung is pretty serious about using these two offerings to offer comprehensive entertainment solutions for consumers who are on the lookout for superior image quality and next-generation audiovisual input, be it during a relaxation session of grooving to one’s favorite tunes, having a blast of a time on the latest video game or simply watching summer blockbusters on the computer monitor. The integrated speakers also have another function – to enable seamless participation in teleconferences and the ability to listen to videos and audio presentations without having to purchase additional speakers. Those who are more serious about their audio will probably already have a more decent audio setup in the first place anyways.

Shared features of the SyncMaster 2693HM and 2493HM monitors include a four-way adjustable stand that accounts for height, swivel, tilt and pivot capabilities. Each purchase of either LCD monitors also comes with a comfortable, highly-customizable viewing experience – thoroughly essential if one is to be productive at work or getting the best entertainment value out of a game or movie. The 2493HM monitor comes with a recommended retail price of $599, while the 2693HM monitor is slightly more expensive at $699 MSRP. Both monitors are now readily available through Samsung resellers and distribution channels.

Press Release, image courtesy of Engadget