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Samsung Series 7 SC750 Display Flips Images on Their Ears

by Paul Strauss
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With CES 2013 just days away, more items from the show are beginning to surface. One of the many items you’ll find in Samsung’s booth will be this cool looking touchscreen display, which can rotate 90 degrees.

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Reminiscent of the clunky old Radius Pivot displays which could do the same thing, the Samsung Series 7 SC750 is designed specifically to offer images in either landscape or portrait modes. The ergonomic display also helps you get the screen up off the surface of your desk and to a better eye level when in landscape mode.

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The display offers full 1920×1080 resolution, along with a 5000:1 contrast ratio, and a speedy 5ms refresh rate. The display has a modern brushed-metal stand, and a bright wide-viewing-angle LED backlight.

The SC750 will ship during Q1 of this year, but Samsung has yet to announce pricing.

[via Flickr]

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