Samsung’s newest lines of LED/LCD thin- and zero-client PC-over-IP Cloud Station monitors were on display at VMWorld 2011 in Las Vegas.
"The new TS-Series and NS-Series Cloud Station monitors continue Samsung’s dedication to innovation within the enterprise market and offer organizations a highly efficient means to enter the developing desktop virtualization space”
“The new TS-Series and NS-Series Cloud Station monitors continue Samsung’s dedication to innovation within the enterprise market and offer organizations a highly efficient means to enter the developing desktop virtualization space,” said Young Bae, director of display marketing at Samsung Electronics Enterprise Business Division. “These new models reduce the burden on IT management and enable workstations to leverage the power and speed of the company’s server, while reducing overall energy costs and creating a seamless, clutter-free work environment.”
Continuing Samsung’s LED backlit display line-up, the new TS- and NS-Series Cloud Stations feature new LED BLU technology, which offers the high-quality brightness and picture clarity customers have come to expect from Samsung.
By incorporating LED BLU, the Cloud Stations maintain a high contrast ratio and dynamic picture quality, while reducing the overall impact on the environment. The monitors are also mercury and halogen free, making them a better selection for eco-conscious organizations.
Available in 19-, 21.5- and 24-inch models, both the TS- and NS-Series Cloud Stations are designed to seamlessly blend into any office interior with a minimalist appearance, and offer a variety of ergonomic options for more comfortable use.
A wide, 170-degree viewing angle and Samsung’s Magic Angle technology allows for easy viewing of the screen - no matter the vantage point - and the 150mm height-adjustable stand enables users to comfortably place the display at a height and tilt suited to their viewing needs. Lastly, a 90-degree pivot function and wall-mounting capability make them ideal for specialized workplace environments like education, government and financial institutions.