Samsung’s top of the line panel creates extraordinarily lifelike images, in both 2D and 3D. Technologies like Ultra Clear Panel and 100% Photo Accuracy take color vibrancy and accuracy to the next level.
Unlike passive 3D technologies, which cut the resolution in half, Samsung’s technology allows you to see every detail in Full 1080p HD.
The Eco Motion Sensor automatically turns the monitor on and off as you come and go. The Eco Light Sensor automatically adjusts the brightness to match the room lighting, reducing eye strain.
Samsung achieves the very highest standard in 3D entertainment with its 3D HyperReal Engine. It is a brain-like technology that allows the SA700 series to control color, contrast, 3D effects and motion for mind-blowing results. Full HD.
Don’t like wearing sunglasses indoors? Samsung's 3D monitor glasses let twice as much ambient light through as competing technology. Because Samsung built all parts of this 3D experience, it optimized the coordination of the panel backlight and glasses shutter. The result is that the glasses shutter is open more of the time, and you’ll have a more comfortable viewing experience.
Take the strain out of watching images on your monitor with Samsung’s Eco Light Sensor. The Eco Light Sensor automatically adjusts the brightness of the Samsung LED Monitor by measuring the intensity of the light within the room. By controlling the amount of light used to create its images, the SA700 series reduces eye strain while being extremely energy efficient. Plus, the Eco Light Sensor provides up to nine adjustable sensitivity and brightness settings so you can enjoy a lighting environment that’s most comfortable for you.
The diagonal measurement of a TV screen or monitor, from corner to corner.
Fixed number of horizontal scan lines on a monitor. P (Progressive) means scan lines are drawn in sequence.
Difference in luminosity between brightest color (white) & darkest (black) over time. Higher ratio means more contrast.
Degrees from side to side (and above to below) from which a screen can be viewed without loss of quality.
Typical speed at which pixels can change color. Lower response times mean better motion image reproduction.
Screen technology that brightens colors, enhances contrast, and reduces reflection for optimal TV viewing.
Number of colors that an LCD monitor is capable of displaying.
Energy consumed by a monitor while off or in sleep mode, as per Display Power Management Signaling.
Width, height and depth of the monitor, including stand, as measured in inches (in.).
Width, height and depth of the monitor, without stand, as measured in inches (in.).
Width, height and depth of the monitor, including shipping container, as measured in inches (in.).
Weight of the monitor, as measured in pounds (lbs.).
Weight of the monitor, including shipping container, as measured in pounds (lbs.).
Digital Video Interface sends high-quality video data to projectors and other digital devices.
High-Definition Multimedia Interface. The industry standard for transmitting HD video for display.
Color of the stand and casing that frames a monitor's screen.
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