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Thursday, 04 October 2007 14:14

Samsung launches the 940UX LCD display

Written by Slobodan Simic

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USB LCD display hits the US

 

Samsung has announced the shipping of its 940UX, the first display with USB input. We are talking about the US version, while Europe will wait a bit longer.

This 19 inch display uses its own hardware and CPU power without the need for a dedicated internal video card. According to the Samsung press release, even a notebook can run six displays if it has enough USB's and enough processing power.

The standard DVI and VGA ports are still there if you want to use it as a plain display. Display currently only does USB with Windows XP. The suggested retail price is $379.

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