Lean into projects, ace assignments or binge late into the night with a screen that can truly do it all. Work in stunning 4K or stream from your favorite Smart TV apps with built-in speakers and remote control. Whether you only have space for one screen, or need a screen that can serve multiple functions, Samsung Smart Monitors make working from home a breeze. Work and learn efficiently and seamlessly from anywhere. Bring the office experience home with an immersive screen, and Remote Access features. You can even use wireless DeX from your mobile phone to conveniently unlock a full PC experience, without any PC.
Mobile meets big screen
Wireless DeX unlocks a full PC experience, without any PC. Use mobile productivity apps, such as video conferencing, documents, and browsers, through just your monitor and phone. To see photos or watch movies on the big screen, just tap it with your phone using Tap view.
Stream endless entertainment
Binge watching got even easier. Access a bunch of entertainment apps, such as Netflix, YouTube, and HBO, without switching on your PC or laptop. The remote control and built-in speakers simplify your chill time.
Work and learn from a distance
Work seamlessly from anywhere. Boost your productivity with Remote Access features. Using the Office 365 suite, view and edit documents, and conveniently save them all on the cloud. Remote Access lets you work remotely on your school or office desktop.
Optimal brightness for any ambience
Sensational picture, day or night. Surrounding light is detected by a sensor to adjust brightness automatically with Adaptive Picture. Even in broad daylight, watch dark, gritty dramas without squinting and straining your eyes to see the picture.
Reveal the game's hidden sides
Keep your eye on the win. Adjust your screen to 21:9 to discover hidden areas in game scenes with Ultrawide Game View. Now when you play soccer games, see more of the pitch right up to the goalposts*
More pixels show you more UHD resolution
Astonishing picture quality for work and play. With 4x the pixels of Full HD, the SMART Monitor delivers more screen space and amazingly life-like UHD images. By day, see more documents at once. And, in the evening, watch movies in cinematic 4K quality.
Connect with convenience USB type-C
The USB type-C port enables you to power up, transmit data, and even send display signals between devices with just one connection. Its single connection architecture brings an enjoyable work environment that's both clutter-free and stress-free.
Plug and see
Auto Source Switch +No more switching around. With Automatic Source Switch Plus, your monitor detects newly connected devices as soon they're plugged in, and displays the correct signal. No more searching for the right input on the menu.
*Ultrawide Game View may function differently depending on the game or content being viewed.
A:AnswerWhile it supports HDMI-ARC and Bluetooth, the bluetooth audio implementation is poor. High latency, no way to adjust timing, frequent disconnects, any time you turn the display on you have to hit buttons on the remote to tell it yes you want to reconnect to the Bluetooth device. Lacking an optical or 3.5mm out is astonishingly bad, when even many computer monitors have this (and all TVs will have at least the optical out).
In theory you can get an HDMI-ARC adapter to extract optical or analog audio, but then you've wasted one of just two HDMI inputs on the thing.
A:AnswerFor keyboards, it works with USB wired keyboards, bluetooth keyboards, and wireless keyboards with dongles (tested with the Logitech unifying receiver). Same for mice. As an added bonus, those devices work not only for a laptop connected to the USB Type-C port but also with the internal "smart" apps like the web browser.
USB devices plugged into the three ports on the back of the display are presented to a computer connected to the USB Type-C port as if they are plugged into a USB hub. Theoretically a USB DVD drive would work in that way, if the hub can provide enough USB power. I don't think the display itself would be able to use the DVD drive even if this did work, beyond potentially treating it like any other USB storage device and letting you browse photos to display or similar.