Samsung made an announcement ahead of CES 2019 regarding their new space-saving desk monitor that is known as Samsung Space Monitor. The screen is attached to a movable arm which also functions as a place to hide cables. When not in use, the movable arm allows the screen to sit flat against a wall.
This space-saving desk monitor can be clamped to the surface of a desk and when working the movable arm can be pulled towards you for use or moved to flush it against a wall. When the monitor is in an upright position, the movable arm disappears and perfectly fits into the back of the monitor’s slim bezel. The monitor can be tilted easily, and even the monitor can be lowered to the surface of a desk by pulling it forward.
The HDMI and power cables are integrated perfectly into the movable arm to give it a minimalistic appearance. Though it would have been a nice addition to offer the feature of the touch screen; still the benefit of having a screen that can be conveniently tucked away is appealing for those with multifunctional rooms, small spaces or the one who likes minimalistic interior and more desk space. According to its specifications, it will free up to 40% of your desk space to make it more usable. The integrated clamp can support desk having a thickness of up to 3.54 inches and allows easy and quick installation.
Samsung is planning to release the monitor in two versions, one with a 27-inch model having WQHD resolution and the other is a 32-inch model with 4K UHD display. The monitors are planned to be released on 23rd February 2019, and the pricing will start from US$399.99 for the 27-inch model, and the 32-inch model will cost you around US$499.99. The Samsung Space Monitor can be pre-ordered on Amazon now.
h/t: The Verge