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Samsung Releases The First-Ever PC Monitor That Wirelessly Charges Your Devices

If you’ve ever placed your phone under your computer’s monitor as you were working, this one is for you.

Samsung has just unveiled the industry’s first monitor for wireless device charging that does away with useless cables and ports typically needed to charge your mobile devices.

The SE370 monitor is equipped with a circular wireless charging area that’s integrated right into the monitor’s stand, so all you need to do is place your device right under the monitor and it will automatically charge. Charging is confirmed with the use of an LED light.

The SE370 allows for wireless device charging. (Image via Samsung Tomorrow)
The SE370 allows for wireless device charging. (Image via Samsung Tomorrow)

According to Samsung’s blog:

“Technology should support, not interfere with, active lifestyles. Our customers increasingly rely on mobile devices to obtain information and interact with others; so by doing away with the clutter on their desks, we are helping them to use their mobile devices in a smarter way. Through the integration of wireless mobile charging technology, our innovative SE370 monitor dramatically improves efficiency, convenience and connectivity at home and at work – representing another significant milestone in our long history of industry-firsts,” said Seok-gi Kim, Senior Vice President, Visual Display Business at Samsung Electronics. 

In addition to the wireless integrated technology. Samsung also boasts that its monitor comes fully loaded with eye-saver mode to reduce the harmful effects of blue light, a  flicker-free function, a PLS panel that allows users to view at a 178 degree wide-viewing angle, and a picture quality that delivers images through a brightness of up to 300 cd/m2. The SE370 also has an Eco Saving Plus function to reduce brightness after periods of use.

For more information visit Samsung Tomorrow, Samsung’s official blog, or watch the video below.

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