[CES 2012] Samsung has something interesting up its sleeves with the Series 7 Samsung Smart Station, which is actually part HD monitor, part wireless docking station. This will be the second generation Series 7 Smart Station, where it has learned from the pitfalls of its predecessor, introducing integration with mobile devices apart from hooking up to notebooks, additional peripherals, network and AV devices. The new Series 7 HDTV monitor will come with HDTV functionality as it sports an integrated TV tuner and a built-in wireless display (WiDi) technology from Intel. The TB750, as it is called, will come in 24″ and 27″ configurations, where you can always drop by CES 2012 and check out Samsung’s massive booth.
The new Series 7 Smart Station is capable of linking up to your Android-powered, MHL-compatible smartphone (Mobile High Definition Link) so that you can always enjoy high quality visual content on your smartphone on a far larger display, in addition to enjoying rich, built-in stereo audio. Heck, this also makes it easier for you to keep track on all that you have going on on the smartphone itself, browsing through it seamlessly, while it gets juiced. Out in March this year, the Series 7 Smart Station will start from $549 upwards. [Press Release]
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