Samsung’s 32-inch Smart Monitor M8 is now available for pre-order starting at $ 700. Unfortunately, it lacks one of its most promising features – the Samsung Game Hub. GameHub’s idea is to have multiple cloud gaming services for smart TVs and watch in one game library.
Game platforms to date include GeForce Now, Google Stadia, and Utomik – but Samsung has confirmed that the game center will not appear on the Smart Monitor M8 when it launches. Model number M80B is available in a color selection on a smart screen in a frame of warm white, pink, daylight, and spring green.
The monitor is ultraslim at just 11.4mm and works as a smart TV and computer monitor with the help of a docking station. It is also compatible with many entertainment and productivity applications. The monitor comes with apps like Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, Disney+, and Apple TV preloaded and can work with services over Wi-Fi without having to connect to another device.
Smart Monitor can also connect to Windows or Mac computers using a variety of wireless features, including mirrored content from M8, Samsung DeX, Apple AirPlay 2, Microsoft 365, and smartphones. Microsoft has recently released your phone feature for Windows 11 as part of its launch of the Samsung Galaxy S22 series and its partnership with Samsung.
Samsung Smart Monitor M8 specifications include a flat 32-inch UHD 3840 x 2160 resolution display with a 16: 9 aspect ratio, 60Hz refresh rate, and 400 nits brightness. Other notable display features include HDR 10+, 4ms response time, 3,000: 1 contrast ratio, and 99% sRGB coverage.
Wireless connectivity includes Wi-Fi 5 and BT4.2, but the audio support includes a 2.2-channel 5-watt speaker with two tweeters. The monitor also has a USB-C remote control, docking station, and a magnetic and removable limit camera that can snap into the top bezel.
The Samsung Smart Monitor M8 is now available to pre-order globally in a variety of colors and specifications.