Wireless USB 3.0 Monitor Is Really Proximity Monitor
Samsung has a new Central Station WLED monitor system in 23 inch or 27 inch format. The wireless solution is very unique in that it automatically detects your devices with in the 1 meter range. So as you approach with your laptop, the monitor will automatically sync up with your PC.
In additional the Samsung WLED includes USB ports on the monitor so as your PC approaches, those peripherals hanging off the side will also become usable with your laptop. I should actually re-edit this post and mention netbook as those screens are way too small and something like this would be ideal.
Samsung didn’t get a change to post lag-time between user input on the PC and the reaction of the monitor for said input, but I’d venture to say it’s minimal – Samsung doesn’t cheat corners.
So if this isn’t cool enough, apparently Samsung isn’t using USB wireless 3.0 standards, but rather a proprietary interface that produces similar 3.0 transfer rates. Impressive!
Source: Engadget. [ https://tinyurl.com/5sjbdrp ]
Tags: samsung, usb, wireless