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Thursday, August 26, 2010
Samsung Releases 90 and 30 Series Monitors With HDTV Tuners


Samsung Electronics America today announced two new lines of multi-function monitors (MFMs) offering consumers a computer monitor and HDTV in one.

Ranging from 21.5 to 24 inches, the 30 and 90 display series allow viewers to switch from work to play with enhanced picture quality all in one space-saving device.

Both the 30 and 90 series monitors can be used as a small TV with full HD resolution and also feature Picture in Picture (PiP) so multi-tasking users can simultaneously use their computer and watch TV without the need for a second monitor or additional connections.

The monitors come equipped with two HDMI inputs. Samsung?s Connectshare feature adds even more multi-media capabilities allowing users to instantly view and listen to music, movies and photos on the monitor from a memory stick, portable media player, or digital camera through a plug-and-play USB connection.

The 30 and 90 series monitors are equipped with Samsung?s MagicAngle, which ensures users see full brightness and color range when viewing the monitor from above, below or to the side. Additional Magic Suite 2010 options included are Magic Eco, Magic Return, Magic Color, MagicTune and Magic Bright.

The 24 inch LED 90 series is marked by a Touch of Color Mystic Brown finish accented with a chrome-coated quadruple stand. As with all Samsung LED technologies, the new 90 series monitors consume up to 40 percent less energy than non-LED displays.

The 30 series, available in 21.5, 23 and 24 inch screen sizes, is finished in a sleek black with a clear acrylic bar along the bottom bezel. Additionally, the 30 series features a rear wave pattern that makes it attractive for those sitting on either side of a desk or table.

90 Series LED

- Full HD 1920 x 1080 resolution
- 5ms response time
- 5,000,000:1 dynamic contrast ratio
- Dolby Digital Plus sound with 5W built-in stereo speakers
- Remote control
- HDMI connectivity
- Model Number: FX2490HD ? 24"

30 Series

- Full HD 1920 x 1080 resolution
- 5ms response time
- 70,000:1 dynamic contrast ratio
- Dolby Digital Plus sound with 3W built-in stereo speakers
- Remote control
- HDMI connectivity

- Model Numbers:
- B2230HD ? 21.5"
- B2330HD ? 23"
- B2430HD ? 24"

The 90 Series will be available in September 2010, priced at $419.99. The 30 Series is available now at MSRP ranging from $269.99 - $329.99 based on size.


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