Computers continue to be an important part of our work and our student life in Europe. However, the evolution of smart devices is inexorable, and major manufacturers are preparing to offer alternatives for those who do not need advanced equipment for their daily lives.
The latest Samsung monitor is prepared for a present in which we continue to use the computer, but it is already prepared for the office of the future, a future in which perhaps the mobile is the only computer you need.
Samsung’s smart monitor is ready, so you don’t need a PC
As technology advances, the office is a fundamental part of our home, being the place where we can do our work, our class homework, or just have a place where we can unleash our creativity and be entertained. Traditionally, the computer is the perfect complement, but Samsung has thought of an alternative.
The Samsung M5 and M7 are monitors between 27 and 32 inches, with versions in fullHD and 4K. These monitors are characterized by the incorporation of Tizen, the operating system that Samsung integrates into its smart TVs, including a remote control and access to applications such as Netflix or Disney +.
The most interesting addition that they incorporate is support for Microsoft Office, being able to write documents without having to use a PC. In case you need a little more, via USB C we can connect the mobile and use systems like Samsung DeX to have access to everything your mobile understands with a computer interface. USB C is capable of delivering up to 65W, so you can also connect a laptop to use this display with a computer.
If the PC remains the center of your digital life for you, this Samsung solution may seem unnecessary, but it has great potential for offices that are used by the whole family, allowing everyone to use it as they see fit. to convince. The proposition is attractive, of course.
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