Have a phone with Qi wireless charging built-in? Samsung's latest displays take advantage of a natural place for such a charging station—the monitor stand. Its SE370 23.6" and 27" monitors let you charge your Qi-compatible phone while you work by placing it on the base of the display. As a bonus, these monitors have AMD's FreeSync tech baked in.
The rest of the spec lists for these screens are decent: Samsung's PLS panels offer 178-degree horizontal and vertical viewing angles, and their 4-ms response time is pretty quick for non-TN tech. DisplayPort 1.2, HDMI 1.4, and VGA ports handle input duties. There's no word on a maximum refresh rate, though, and the 1080p panel in both displays seems a little out-of-place on the 27" version.
Samsung didn't offer a release date or suggested price for the SE370 series in its press release—we'll keep an eye out for more info. In the meantime, feast your eyes on this SE370 promotional video.
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