Samsung Electronics has announced the new models in its monitor lineup that exemplify its leadership within the sector. The versatile new lineup delivers beautiful picture quality and intuitive features that give consumers more choice when selecting a monitor that fits their exact needs.
The 2022 monitor portfolio brings out the best experiences while working, gaming or watching content at home. Samsung’s latest monitors include features for high-performance gaming as well as smart and pro-level elements, such as the Odyssey’s Quantum Mini LED backlight panel and HDR 2000; the Smart Monitor’s do-it-all screen with smart features; and the High Resolution Monitor’s comfortable ergonomics.
Samsung’s also integrating a SmartThings IoT Hub into the M8, allowing you to see a floor map of your various smart devices and control them directly from the smart monitor.
Unlike other monitors, this one is a hybrid that can double up as a Smart TV. It is powered by the same Tizen platform and ships with an IR remote. Running the Tizen OS, it also doubles as a SmartThings Hub, providing full compatibility with Samsung’s IoT ecosystem. Samsung says the M8 also has a new feature called Workspace, which gathers work-related web services, like Microsoft 365, into an intuitive hub. One other new feature is Game Home, which turns the M8 into a cloud game streaming monitor.
Samsung Smart Monitor M8 officially goes on sale in South Korea for the price of 850,000 won, which is approximately $692. For one week, from 7th March to 14th March, it will be sold exclusively through , and from 15th March, the product will be available to purchase from offline and online stores across the country. The South Korean giant has also said that the users will be able to the Smart Monitor M8 to stream games and connect wireless controllers to it.