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[Infographic] More Than a Monitor: How Samsung’s Smart Monitor Keeps Users Connected


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In these challenging times, in which so many of us are living our lives at a distance, the ability to connect with one another has never been more important.

 

As we’ve learned to adapt to this new normal, we’ve transformed our homes into makeshift offices, classrooms and gyms, and adopted tools that provide us with new ways to entertain ourselves and keep in touch with others. By making it easier for us to do all those things and more, Samsung’s Smart Monitor is so much more than a display. It’s a gateway to connecting and interacting with the world around us – even without a PC.

 

Let’s take a closer look at the features and technologies that allow Samsung’s latest monitor to make connecting more convenient.

 

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