Samsung Korea has announced the release of its latest Series 7 HDTV monitor that was unveiled at CES last month. Boasting an asymmetrical design, the TB750 will be available in display sizes of 24-inches and 27-inches and is packed with Samsung technologies like SmartHub that allows users to surf the internet via the integrated web browser or download apps on the monitor without needing to connect to the PC.
Additionally, the monitor is equipped with Intel’s WiDi (Wireless Display) technology, MHL support and Mobile Control feature that allows users to control the devices via monitor’s hub interface and a mouse and a keyboard.
On the hardware front, the monitor supports 1080p resolution (1920×1080) and has a 5ms response time, 300cd brightness, aspect ratio of 1000:1, USB 3.0 and USB 2.0 ports, HDMI, integrated speakers and more.
The 24-inch TB750 will sell for 490,000 won ($434) and the 27-inch monitor will go for 690,000 won ($612).