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Samsung eyes a bigger global market pie with new monitors designed for video conferences

Samsung's new monitor, S40VA, comes with a pop-up webcam and microphone on the top of its display

Eyeing a bigger share pie in the global market amid the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic, the Korean technology giant on Tuesday launched a new monitor suitable for video meetings as the company looks to expand its presence amid the pandemic-driven stay-at-home trend.

Samsung’s new monitor, S40VA, comes with a pop-up webcam and microphone on the top of its display. It allows consumers to use it only when needed, offering an enhanced design look and security.

The 24-inch monitor, which comes with an IPS display panel with a viewing angle of 178 degrees, is also installed with a built-in speaker. The new webcam monitor will be available in major markets in North America, Europe, and Southeast Asia. In South Korea, the product will be sold at 380,000 won ($324).

Samsung said the new monitor boasts an infrared camera with 2 million pixels that also received Windows Hello certification, Microsoft Corp.’s face recognition security tool, allowing people to use login services without entering passwords.

The product also comes with various eye protection and ergonomic features. Samsung expects demand for its new webcam monitor to be strong as work-from-home and distance learning have become more prevalent amid the prolonged pandemic.

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