Samsung’s TA950 And TA750 Coming Soon
Samsung’s got a beautiful, but asymmetrical display available, and I’ve never seen anything quite like it. The device is a 3D monitor/TV hybrid. Both the TA950 (pictured top) and the TA750 support a 1920 x 1080 Full HD with active 3D and 2D-to-3D upscaling. Each monitor is 27-inches and both feature Samsung’s Ultra Clear Panel technology which does a great job rendering 2D and 3D content without blurring.
Users will also get a TV tuner and standalone monitor support in the same screen which makes both SyncMaster sets a worthy replacement or addition to your current desktop configuration. Each monitor contains two USB and two HDMI ports, as well as picture-in-picture support, allowing users to watch broadcast TV.
There isn’t any integrated WiFi, but a wired ethernet port. Both monitors will arrive in the United States later this month and will be priced around $599.99. While the asymmetrical display looks cool to me, I’m not sure if it’s something I’d want to see on a daily basis. Of course, I like my possessions symmetrical, call me old-fashioned in that sense. It is cool to see a manufacturer do something difference for once though! Take a look at the videos below to see this puppy in action!