Samsung’s Space Monitor is a star in super-simple setups

Samsung’s Space Monitor is a star in super-simple setups


Samsung Space Monitor
Isn’t she a stunner?
Photo: Samsung

Samsung has a number of new monitors lined up for CES 2019, including one that’s perfect for Mac mini owners with small desks. It’s called the Samsung Space Monitor — and it’s a beauty.

Not only does the Space Monitor sport a super-slim design, but it can be clamped to the edge of your desk, negating the need for a large foot that takes up precious space.

If you’re reading this at your computer, take a moment to appreciate how much space your monitor is taking up on your desk. Even the most expensive options tend to have bulky form factors. But Samsung has a solution.

Space Monitor gives you more room to work

Its new Space Monitor — the SR75 — reduces the “dead space” taken up by conventional monitors by around 93 percent. It is clamped to the back of your desk so it only needs a tiny foot, and almost all of the space beneath it is left free.

The Space Monitor also sports incredibly slim bezels, and an adjustable stand that lets you use it at multiple heights and angles. You can have it sat right on your desk if you need to get close to your work, or push it flat against the wall to get it out of the way.

Samsung Space Monitor
Use it any way you want.
Photo: Samsung

Samsung’s new screen can be fixed to any desk up to 3.54 inches (90mm) thick. It has an HDMI port and all the features you would expect from a modern monitor, including picture-in-picture functionality, game mode, and full sRGB coverage.

Prices start at $399

The Space Monitor will be available with a 27-inch Quad HD screen or a 32-inch 4K screen, priced at $399 and $499 respectively, when it goes on sale in late February. You can pre-order yours today through the Samsung website.


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