Samsung's Smart Monitor Receives a 43-Inch Variant

Your 4K, HDR10 do-it-all screen.

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After releasing 27-inch and 32-inch models for its do-it-all Smart Monitor last year, Samsung is now expanding on the range by introducing both a more compact 24-inch option and a robust 43-inch variant.

Retaining its design philosophy as an all-in-one display for both productivity and entertainment needs, the new monitors come with all the features you’ll need for day-to-day use. The 43-inch model comes with 4K and HDR10 capabilities, while the 24-inch option comes in at a decent 1080P. Both can be used as smart TVs thanks to Samsung’s very own Tizen OS, and will connect to your Galaxy phones via DeX. They also have built-in speakers and voice control functionality via Alexa, Google Assistant or Bixby.

Samsung has yet to reveal any pricing information for the two new Smart Monitor models, but the current 27-inch and 32-inch models are retailing for $230 USD and $400 USD respectively.

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