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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