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Samsung SB971 display – billion of colors for professionals

Working with visual content requires accurate color rendering, immersive viewing angles and premium picture quality. So people like graphic professionals and photographs try to choose monitor that can create more immersive experience and vivid detail without any loss of quality or color. Now users who are interested in displays with a sharp image and super color rendering, have an opportunity to estimate new model of display from Samsung.

 

 

Samsung announced the latest development of professional-grade product line - 27-inch Series 9 display, the SB971 with resolution of 2,560x1, 440 pixels.  Hand-calibrated, using PLS and Natural Colors Expert technology, SB971 can render billion of true colors. Design of new display is really elegant and minimalistic, made in silver and black, with a slim profile and “floating” screen, so it will be appropriate in any office or at home. It defines updated design from the original SB970 monitor with some changes: SB971 doesn’t have glass cover on the bezel.

Main features of SB971 are:

  • Viewing angles: 178o upright and aflat. Users can share content with group of any size.
  • Maximal brightness: 220 cd/m2 in standard mode and 300 cd/m2 in increased brightness mode
  • Contrast ratio: 1000:1
  • Visibility: 100% SRGB
  • Built-in 7w stereo speakers
  • Pixel response time – 5 ms
  • Includes such video connections as DisplayPort, DVI-DL, HDMI, and a USB hub.
  • Supports Mobile High Definition Link (MHL) that allows connecting devices like smartphones and tablets.
  • Ergonomic and height-adjustable aluminum stand.

Company management noted that SB971 was developed to expand the Samsung innovative product line. Together with recently introduced SC770 touch monitor and SC750 rotating monitor, new SB971 makes up a variety of products that gives an opportunity to every customer to choose display according to his demands.

 SB971 wil be available for purchase in early fall 2013. Retail starting price of display is set at $1,200.


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