HomeHardwareSamsung Touch Of Color Series of Monitors rolled out in the US...

Samsung Touch Of Color Series of Monitors rolled out in the US

Touch Of Color Series Monitors

Samsung America has introduced the Touch Of Color (TOC) range of desktop monitors namely the T190, T220, T240 and T260. The new monitors possess an ultra-sleek design and a deep ruby red infusion that complements its piano-black, glossy finish giving it a blown glass look.

The energy efficient monitors include SoftPower off function allowing users to put the monitor into standby mode, while consuming only 0.3 watts of power.

- Advertisements -

Moreover, the Samsung Touch Of Color series of monitors feature a maximum contrast ratio of 20,000:1, MagicColor intelligent color control and MagicBright Dynamic Contrast control. Also TOC monitors offer aspect ratio adjustments, new MagicTune functions for display settings and hot keys.

The TOC monitors are also equipped with the multi-screen functionality, which will allow users to divide their screen into different workstations, sorting programs and projects to increase their productivity without any additional software.

The T190 and T220 feature 2ms GTG response while the T240 and T260 boast 5ms response time as a result users achieve blur-free imagery. Further, T240 and T260 offer an HDMI connection and lower power consumption capabilities in Operating Mode.

- Advertisements -

“With our new Touch of Color monitors, Samsung maintains the industry standard for design and functionality,” said Christopher Franey, Vice President, Marketing & Commercial Sales, Samsung Electronics America “Our monitors’ sleek, minimalist design and deep ruby red accent compliment stylish home and office environments alike. In developing the TOC monitors we did not compromise or sacrifice aesthetics for functionality but instead, achieved the best of both.”

Samsung T220 and T190 are now available in the American market for $259 and $359 respectively. T240 and T260 will hit the stores in July at the prices of $499 and $599 respectively.

- Advertisements -

LATEST