Samsung Electronics has unveiled the world’s first wireless mobile charging monitor "SE370".
SE370 is the industry’s first monitor, designed with an integrated wireless charging function for mobile devices.
It is available in 23.6 inches and 27 inches, the SE370 monitor removes the unnecessary cables and ports needed to charge mobile devices.
Samsung’s SE370 monitor works with all mobile devices that use the leading Qi wireless charging standard, which was developed by the Wireless Power Consortium (WPC). Qi is one of the most readily-available global interface standards.
For optimized convenience and productive multitasking, the SE370 monitor consolidates the multiple charging ports found in other displays with a circular wireless charging area integrated in the monitor’s stand. Users simply need to place their device on the stand’s charging area to initiate automatic charging, which is confirmed by an LED light.
As a complete solution, the SE370 eliminates the hassle of having to purchase and keep separate charging kits, saving cost and improving workspace utilization. Users also can continue working while their mobile devices charge, helping them to enhance productivity.
Supported by AMD FreeSync technology, the monitor synchronizes the screen refresh rate with the frame rate of a user’s AMD graphics card to minimize input latency, as well as to reduce stutter and lag during gaming and video playback.
Similarly, the monitor’s flicker-free function protects viewers’ eyes from the constant strain of flickering screens that can occur with standard monitors.
And, the monitor’s eye-saver mode reduces the harmful effects of blue light on viewers’ eyes and associated eye strain by monitoring and optimizing picture quality to match specific environmental settings.
The monitor’s new Eco Saving Plus function reduces screen brightness for increased energy efficiency. In addition to two standard manual settings, an auto-setting reduces energy consumption by approximately 10 percent based on the luminescence of the screen’s black sections in auto on-screen display (OSD) mode. For decreased environmental impact, the monitor’s front cover, stand and circuits also are constructed without PVC.