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Samsung Unveils 32-Inch Ultra High-Definition Monitor

Samsung's new 32-inch high-def monitor packages quad-res, quad inputs and four-way screen split with a $1,999 price tag.

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The UHD Bar

Ultra high-definition monitors are coming, and Samsung has set the bar. The company today unveiled the UD970, doubling the number of products in Samsung's line of ultra high-definition monitors for the enterprise. Like the UD590, its 28-inch counterpart that lists for $599, pricing of the new 31.5-inch UHD display also is aggressive. The larger model is expected to sell for around $1,999 and includes features usually reserved for far costlier products. The CRN Test Center was invited to take a look during a confidential briefing ahead of today's launch, and was impressed with what Samsung will be offering.

 
 
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