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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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Tech Specs

The UD970's LED-lit panel employs the plane-to-line switching (PLS) technology, which is Samsung's version of IPS. Its 10-bit color depth can display 1.07 billion colors and represent 100 percent of the sRGB color spectrum and 99.5 percent of Adobe RGB. Its eight factory calibration settings (plus three user-programmable modes) give Samsung monitors "the ability to display accurate color across a series of calibrated monitors," claimed Evazians. If being used to display UHD content, Evazians said that just about any graphics card can be used. "But for rendering, 3D imaging and graphical simulations with full-resolution details, a card costing $500 and $700 would be required." The UD970 will begin shipping to distributors and online retailers later this month and becomes widely available in early October.

 
 
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