Like most technology, there are tried and true designs that after a few years seem pretty dated. The Samsung Space Monitor challenges the classic monitor design giving you more room for your workspace and is now available in Canada.
Announced back at CES 2019, the new monitors feature a slim design,. The minimalist arm clamps to your desk and frees up your desk space for more productivity. The 27-inch model offers QHD resolution for incredibly detailed, pin-sharp images, while the 32-inch model presents content in 4K UHD.
When using the stand, Space Monitor can be easily tilted or extended from the wall. It can also be lowered to the desk surface, and Samsung’s Zero Height Adjustable Stand feature provides the ultimate versatility for any type of viewing preference. The stand not only makes viewing more comfortable but also eliminates the hassle of cable management by integrating power and HDMI cords through the arm for a clean, flexible look.Samsung PR
Some key product features include:
- Reclaim your space: Maximize space with a unique stand design that sits flush against the wall when not in use. Simply pull the Samsung Space Monitor towards you when you’re ready to use it.
- 40% more usable space: The no-gap stand design reduces the dead space typically occupied by a conventional monitor, and provides you with 40 percent more usable desk surface.
- Stylish workspace: Designed to blend in with any interior, the Samsung Space Monitor is a stylish solution for any home or office. With a sleek design and 3-sided no bezel screen, the monitor makes for a clutter-free and organized workspace.
- Clean cable: The Samsung Space Monitor stand neatly conceals its power/ HDMI Y-cable in recessed channels to prevent tangling and keeps your workspace clear and free from clutter.
Available in Canada and the U.S., the Samsung Space Monitor retails for US$399.99/CA$599.99 for the 27-inch version and US$469.99/CA$699.99.
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Last Updated on February 3, 2021.