Samsung has been at the forefront of display technology for some time, administering newly-contrived designs that are packed to the brim with today’s most cutting-edge additions. Now, the brand is looking to claim the throne with its most recent project — a desktop monitor that boasts unparalleled interconnectivity between streaming services, remote computing platforms, and mobile devices.
The Samsung Smart Monitor M7 is said to be the veritable “smart TV” of the computer space, boasting an embedded app store that will deliver Netflix, Disney+, HBO Max, Apple TV, Amazon Prime, Hulu, YouTube, and more, without the need for any external hubs. The model, which is available in a 27- and 32-inch M5 orientation, as well as a 32-inch, Ultra HD (UHD) M7 offering, will feature a robust, two-channel 5W speaker, a full-featured remote, and integration alongside Bixby 2.0, Amazon Alexa, and Google Assistant, making it one of the most well-rounded displays on the market. The best part? It’s smaller, lighter, and more accessible than many of the large smart TVs that you’ll find in common living areas, allowing you to turn your apartment, studio, or office space into an entertainment-aware escape. Head to Samsung’s website to pick up one of your own for $230 and up in early December.