Samsung Unveils Its First VoIP Thin Client Monitor

Samsung Electronics America, a subsidiary of Samsung Electronics, has unveiled the new SyncMaster 220TN monitor, the company's first V2oIP-enabled network monitor.

Featuring a built-in camera, microphone and speaker, the SyncMaster 220TN monitor facilitates true-to-life web conferencing, which can reduce long-distance phone costs and the need for frequent business travel. With a 22" wide screen and a 2.0M pixel camera, the 220TN monitor is enabled to support multiple work applications, therefore enhancing productivity in a range of professional settings.

The 220TN monitor is a thin client solution, or a centrally-managed network computer that lacks a hard-disk drive. Leveraging a thin client system, the monitor not only facilitates streamlined communication it also facilitates increased security, since no application data resides in the actual model. On account of its thin client capabilities, the 220TN is a suitable choice for applications that require secure deployment, such as airport kiosks, hotel lobbies and hospitals.

With a high resolution of 1680x1050, coupled with a wide 16:10 aspect ratio, the SyncMaster 220TN monitor offers superior image quality and enhanced productivity for a range of professional applications. Featuring a 5 ms GTG response time, a 700:1 contrast ratio and 300cd/m2 brightness, the model is equipped to produce crisp, true-to-life images, while the wide 170/160 viewing angle further enhances the overall viewing experience. The monitor also incorporates dual inputs for DVI-D and analog.

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