Samsung has introduced its business and consumer lineup of high-resolution monitors, and this year, all 12 of them support HDR. The S8 flagship lineup comes features 2 27-inch (S80A and S80UA) and one 32-inch model (S80A), all with 1 billion color (10-bit) IPS panels and 3,840 x 2,160 (4K Ultra HD) resolution. While Samsung calls these displays HDR10 compatible, they don’t fulfill the minimum VESA accredited DisplayHDR spec of 400 nits of brightness, as they only put out 300 nits. Nevertheless, they will give you the benefit of the broad color for material development and streaming services like Netflix.
The S8 screens have a flat borderless style with slim bezels and assistance 10Gbps information through USB-C, in addition to a USB center. Among the 27-inch models, the S80UA, even supports 90W charging, which could be useful for USB laptop computers or for fast smartphone charging. Other features include complete swivel and tilt functions, a fairly fast 5-millisecond action time for gaming, DisplayPort 1.2 input and HDMI 2.0.
The S8 flagship lineup comes functions two 27-inch (S80A and S80UA) and one 32-inch model (S80A), all with 1 billion color (10-bit) IPS panels and 3,840 x 2,160 (4K Ultra HD) resolution. The truth that all of these screens support HDR reveals that Samsung thinks the tech is crucial for the future of Macs and pcs, even for the typical user. Panel brightness doesn’t actually conform to the HDR spec, these displays are still brighter than common customer and service models and content creators will benefit from the extra color gamut.