Here's an angled front view of the SA950. The SA950 is one of Samsung's most impressive new displays, not only for its unique and pleasing aesthetic, but also because of its features, which include 3D support and a DisplayPort connection.
January 24, 2011 4:00 AM PSTUpdated: January 26, 2011 8:44 AM PST
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The 950 from the back. It includes HDMI and DisplayPort connections. Samsung is moving away from DVI this year; the company feels that they are no longer in high demand by consumers.
The 750's unique-looking foot stand also serves as the port base. Neither the 950 nor the 750 will have ports on their panels.
The back of the 750 includes HDMI and DisplayPort on the base. There's also a cable router along the neck.
Central Station includes several ports for your desktop peripherals.
The Central Station from another angle.
The Samsung 550 includes a very pretty transparent foot stand.
The 550 also includes a cable router.
The 350 looks a lot like 2010's PX2370 from Samsung.
Not necessarily a cable router, but more a cable hook.
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