Samsung SyncMaster C23A750X (Central Station)

The Samsung Central Station (in this case, called the SyncMaster C23A750X) is essentially a wireless docking station, with a 23-inch monitor attached to it.
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Samsung SyncMaster C23A750X (Central Station)

The thought is that after taking your laptop away to a meeting (or the coffee shop), upon returning, Central Station will automatically re-sync with your laptop and you can then begin working using its 23-inch display and whichever desktop peripherals (mouse, keyboard) you have plugged into it.
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Samsung SyncMaster C23A750X (Central Station)

A better look at Central Station's dual-hinge design, which offers 90 degree tilt as well as screen height adjustment.
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Samsung SyncMaster C23A750X (Central Station)

Central Station offers plenty of ports. We'll take a closer look in the next few slides.
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Samsung SyncMaster C23A750X (Central Station)

Rear ports, from left to right: VGA, Ethernet, USB 3.0 upstream, and power.
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Samsung SyncMaster C23A750X (Central Station)

Left side ports, from left to right: headphone jack, HDMI, and two USB 3.0 ports.
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Samsung SyncMaster C23A750X (Central Station)

Right side ports: two USB 2.0 ports.
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Samsung SyncMaster C23A750X (Central Station)

On the top of the footstand reside the navigation controls (top left) as well as the menu, hub, and power buttons. Menu takes you into the OSD for the monitor and HUB accesses Central Station specific controls.
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