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Samsung Launches New Business Monitor Line-up for Users at Every Level

Samsung Electronics America Inc., a subsidiary of Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd and number one worldwide brand of professional commercial displays,* today announced three new lines of monitors designed to serve virtually any business need. Featuring the latest in LED technology, the new SC200, SC450 and SC650 Series monitors offer a better viewing experience and more functionality, while reducing the total cost of ownership, making them ideal for business users of any size and budget.

“With more than five years of global market share leadership, Samsung continues to offer businesses one of the widest selections of display technology available today,” said Tod Pike, senior vice president at Samsung’s Enterprise Business Division. “We’re committed to providing products that enable businesses to work effectively with our commercial monitors for any use case and market, from desktop publishing to education. Our new lineup offers a host of unique benefits, yet remains easy for any business to deploy, use and manage.”

The new lineup features a range of display products that deliver a perfect balance between an excellent user experience and lower cost of ownership. The image quality, coupled with Samsung’s legacy of success in the display industry, make the SC200, SC450 and SC650 Series ideal options for IT decision makers in technology departments in businesses of all sizes and vertical markets.

Efficient and Ergonomic Design

Samsung’s slim-profile styling and comfortable user ergonomics make the SC200, SC450 and SC650 Series essential computing companions for the workplace. The smaller base footprint and slim designs maximize desk space with a minimalist appearance.

The new thin-bezel designs make the SC200, SC450, and SC650 Series monitors simple and easy to install in a multiple monitor arrangement, increasing the users’ screen real estate for maximum productivity. Ergonomic stands in all the models tilt for comfortable viewing in a variety of applications, while the SC450 and SC650 Series also include a fully height adjustable stand with swivel and rotate features for increased flexibility.

Improved Energy Efficiency, Lower Cost of Ownership

Samsung reduces the financial burden on IT decision makers looking to overhaul technology departments. Innovative features like the ultra-low standby energy consumption of 0.1 watts, compared to industry typical of 0.5 watts, ensure lower energy footprint over the life of the product, even when the monitor is not in use. With LED backlight technology, the SC200, SC450 and SC650 Series use 30 to 50 percent less power than conventional CCFL monitors, plus the ECO features further reduce energy use by an additional 20 to 50 percent.

Samsung business monitors also hold most several major certifications, including Energy Star, EPEAT and TCO. Together, these features help reduce overhead costs, increase productivity and provide innovative solutions to keep businesses on the cutting edge. Plus, all Samsung commercial desktop monitors come with a full 3 years parts, labor, and backlight warranty.

SC200 Series

Suitable for small and medium sized businesses, the SC200 Series offers an affordable option for users in need of a capable and highly cost effective display solution. With Samsung’s thin bezel design, matte display and cable management features, the 200 Series clears the clutter from a workspace and allows users to focus on the task at hand.

  • LED-backlit
  • Internal power supply
  • Low glare panel
  • Thin bezel with slim profile
  • Front mounted tactile buttons
  • VESA mount compatible
  • Samsung MagicAngle Technology
  • Sizes:
    • 18.5”
    • 19”
    • 20”
    • 21.5”
    • 23”
    • 23.6”
  • Availability: January 2013
  • Price: $99.99 – $189.99

SC450 Series

The SC450 Series focuses on productivity, comfort and flexibility thanks to its ergonomic features and connectivity options. With 8 different screen sizes, the SC450 Series focuses on a user’s particular application and enables them to configure the display to best suit their needs.

The height-adjustable stand and pivot feature allows users to quickly and easily position the display to suit their desired viewing height and angle. With a true swivel stand, users can easily swivel the monitor to the left or right without concern over anything getting in the way around the base. Moreover, much of the SC450 Series is TAA compliant, which means companies and government agencies now have an even broader selection of monitors to choose from.

  • LED-backlit
  • Full adjustable stand with true swivel feature
  • Internal power supply
  • Low glare panel
  • Thin bezel with slim profile
  • Front mounted tactile buttons
  • VESA mount compatible
  • Samsung MagicAngle Technology
  • Sizes:
    • 19”
    • 20”
    • 21.5”
    • 22”
    • 23”
    • 23.6”
    • 24”
    • 27”
  • Availability: January 2013
  • Price: $129.99 - $349.99

SC650 Series

Designed for business users working in environments that demand more accurate image reproduction, the SC650 Series utilizes an upgraded panel technology. Higher static contrast, more accurate color and a low-glare panel provide an improved image over standard TN-based monitors, realizing a more true-to-life image. The 27” model also provides 5000:1 static contrast ratio, enabling high quality grayscale rendering. Plus, with 178 degree wide viewing angle, the image stays more stable and accurate at off angle viewing.

The SC650 series also features enhanced connectivity, with Display Port, HDMI, and VGA inputs as well as built in speakers in many of the models.

  • LED-backlit
  • Internal power supply
  • Full adjustable stand with true swivel feature
  • This bezel with slim profile
  • Low glare panel
  • Front mounted tactile buttons
  • VESA mount compatible
  • Samsung MagicAngle Technology
  • Sizes:
    • 21.5”
    • 23.6”
    • 27”
  • Availability: Summer 2013
  • Price: $229.99 – $399.99

For more information, please visit http://www.samsung.com/business-monitors.

About Samsung Electronics America Enterprise Business Division

As a global leader in Information Technology, Samsung's Enterprise Business Division (EBD) is committed to its business customers and loyal partners with world-class solutions. Samsung EBD offers a complete portfolio of technology solutions to support business growth aspirations including virtualization, printing, displays, notebook and tablet PCs, digital signage, medical equipment, set-top-box and hospitality TVs. With a market-oriented approach to innovation, Samsung EBD solutions move businesses forward while helping reduce operating cost. Samsung EBD is a division of Samsung Electronics America (SEA), Inc., a U.S. subsidiary of Samsung Electronics Company, Ltd. (SEC) and is among the world's largest technology companies. For more information, please visit www.samsung.com/business, call 1-866-SAM-4BIZ or follow Samsung EBD via Twitter @SamsungBizUSA.

About Samsung Electronics America, Inc.

Samsung Electronics America, Inc. (SEA), based in Ridgefield Park, NJ, is a subsidiary of Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. The company markets a broad range of award-winning consumer electronics, information systems, and home appliance products, as well as oversees all of Samsung’s North American operations including Samsung Telecommunications America, LP, Samsung Semiconductor Inc., Samsung Electronics Canada, Inc. and Samsung Electronics Mexico, Inc. As a result of its commitment to innovation and unique design, the Samsung organization is one of the most decorated brands in the electronics industry. The company was ranked #19 in BusinessWeek/Interbrand “100 Best Global Brands,” and named as one of Fast Company’s “50 Most Innovative Companies of 2010.” For more information, please visit www.samsung.com. You can also Fan Samsung on www.Facebook.com/SamsungUSA or follow Samsung via Twitter @SamsungTweets.

About Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd.

Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. is a global leader in consumer electronics and the core components that go into them. Through relentless innovation and discovery, we are transforming the worlds of televisions, smartphones, personal computers, printers, cameras, home appliances, medical devices, semiconductors and LED solutions. We employ 227,000 people across 75 countries with annual sales exceeding US$143 billion. Our goal is opening new possibilities for people everywhere. To discover more, please visit www.samsung.com.

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