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Samsung Electronics today announced the global launch of its full 2023 Smart Monitor lineup.1 The new M8, M7 and M5 Smart Monitors (Model Name: M80C, M70C, M50C) from Samsung enable users to tailor their monitors to their unique styles and needs, as they watch, play and work.

 

“We are raising the bar for Smart Monitors globally with our new lineup and especially our enhanced M8 model,” said Hoon Chung, Executive Vice President of Visual Display Business at Samsung Electronics. “Within a single monitor, users can enjoy the best of entertainment and gaming, productivity, design and personalized convenience and comfort.”

 

 

Elegant Designs for Every Style and Space

The full lineup is comprised of nine versatile monitors to meet the needs and styles of a wide range of users. The M8, M7 and M5 Smart Monitors come in a variety of colors and sizes. The M8 and M7 models are available in 32-inches, while the M5 model is available in both 32- and 27-inches. The M8 with UHD resolution and 400nit brightness is available in Warm White, Daylight Blue, Sunset Pink and Spring Green options. The M7 with UHD resolution and 300nit brightness comes in Warm White while the M5 with Full HD resolution comes in a sleek Black or White.

 

Introduced with a new Iconic Slim Design, the M8 and M7 models are super slim, measuring 11.39mm at the thinnest point on the monitor. To elevate the look of the monitor and the room surrounding it, an organic, chic herringbone pattern has been applied to the back of both the M8 and M7 models. The height-adjustable stand with tilt support helps M8 users adjust the angle whenever they need to, while creating a clutter-free environment. The screen can also pivot 90 degrees to reduce the fatigue of scrolling down long files.

 

 

Monitors That Redefine Smart Entertainment

The 2023 Smart Monitor M8 has received multiple upgrades and feature enhancements from the previous generation. Thanks to 4K resolution, HDR 10+2 and 400nit brightness, the M8 delivers brilliant, vivid pictures to offer the best of smart entertainment in a monitor. M8 users can enjoy easy access to Samsung Gaming Hub,3 the all-in-one streaming platform, as well as Smart Hub for services such as Prime Video, Netflix and YouTube. Both the M8 and M7 also support color coverage up to 99% sRGB color gamut to bring all content to life in brilliant color for designers and creators.

 

 

Upgraded Monitors for Maximum Productivity

The 2023 lineup has been enhanced to make remote work seamless and effortless. The PC-less workspace allows remote access by wirelessly connecting to and mirroring PCs. The M8 has a magnetic and removable camera so users can connect wirelessly with no additional purchase necessary. Its SlimFit camera4 supports FHD resolution and video conferencing features. Users can now connect to Google Meet and other apps while leveraging Auto Framing5 capabilities for more effective meetings. Additionally, Multi View has been upgraded and now allows you to use Microsoft 365 and the Browser app in full-screen mode to reduce switching between apps.6

 

To enhance the interface of all the 2023 Smart Monitors, mouse and keyboard control functionalities have been added to many apps, including SmartThings and Smart Hub. Users can now maintain full control, while exploring their favorite content without needing a remote.

 

 

Next-Level Monitors With New Personalized Features

Users can easily control all their in-home IoT devices from a single monitor thanks to the built-in IoT Hub, supporting Zigbee and Thread.7 The M8 and M7 both include built-in voice assistants, including Bixby and Amazon Alexa,8 enabling users to control the monitor with their voice. Far-field voice is also supported in the M8 and M7 models with a built-in mic, allowing users to speak directly to the monitor.

 

The new My Contents feature, now available across the 2023 Smart Monitor lineup, allows users to quickly access helpful information. When the monitor is on standby mode and detects a registered smartphone through Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE), the screen lights up with the user’s photos, weather and more at a glance. The monitor resumes standby mode when the smartphone is out of range.

 

 

Specifications

Model M80C M70C M50C
Display Screen Size

32”

32”

32”, 27”

Flat / Curved

Flat

Aspect Ratio

16:9

Resolution

3,840 x 2,160 (UHD)

3,840 x 2,160 (UHD)

1,920 x 1,080 (FHD)

Brightness (Typical)

400 cd/㎡

300 cd/㎡

250 cd/㎡

HDR

Yes (HDR 10+)

Yes (HDR 10)

Yes (HDR 10)

Refresh Rate

60Hz

Response Time

4ms (GtG)

Contrast Ratio

3,000:1 (Typ.)

Smart Smart Feature

VOD (Netflix, Youtube, etc), Gaming Hub, Workspace, My Contents
Mobile Connection, Video Communication (Google Meet)

Voice Assistant

Yes (Far Field Voice)

IoT Hub

O (Built-in, Zigbee/Thread)

O (Dongle support)

O (Dongle support)

Multi View

2 screens (Full screen)

2 screens (Full screen)

2 screens

Design Iconic Slim Design

O

O

Color

Warm White / Sunset Pink / Daylight Blue / Spring Green

Warm White

Black / White

Stand Type

HAS / Pivot / Tilt

Simple

Wall Mount

100 x 100

Eye Care Adaptive Picture

O

O

O

Eye Saver Mode / Flicker Free

O

O

O

Interface Connectivity

1 HDMI(2.0) / 2 USB-A / 1 USB-C (65W)

2 HDMI(1.4) / 2 USB-A

Speaker

5W x 2

Camera

In-Box (Slim Fit Camera)

Compatible (Pogo-ready)

Compatible

Remote Control

In-Box (USB-C charging)

 

 

1 Launch schedule will vary by region.
2 M7 and M5 models support HDR 10.
3 Samsung Gaming Hub is available in select countries: Brazil, Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Korea, Spain, the U.K. and the U.S. In other European countries, cloud games can be accessed through the Samsung Smart Hub. Service and content availability may vary by region and partners.
4 Camera is included with M8. For M7 and M5, camera must be purchased separately.
5 Auto Framing functions do not work when connected to a PC and only work when using the built-in application.
6 Full screen Multi View is supported with M8 and M7.
7 M7 and M5 require a dongle for Zigbee.
8 Bixby supports 9 languages: EN (US/GB/IN), KR, GE, FR, IT, ES, PT (BR). Amazon Alexa supports 13 languages: EN (US/GB/IN/AU), DE, ES (ES/US/MX), FR (FR/CA), IT, PT (BR), HI.

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