Samsung Announces New Smart Monitor Series M8

Samsung has announced its latest Smart Monitor series, the M8, featuring an upgraded, stylish design. The versatile new M8 delivers Samsung’s iconic slim design in four new colours — Warm White, Sunset Pink, Daylight Blue and Spring Green — available in 32-inches with UHD resolution and a SlimFit Cam.

First launched in November 2020, Samsung’s Smart Monitor series is a family of incredibly-versatile do-it-all screens designed for modern day users who demand a product that offers both functionality and entertainment at home. Not only being a traditional monitor, but the M8 also allows users to enjoy a variety of OTT services, including Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, Disney+ and Apple TV via Wi-Fi without having to connect to a PC or TV.

When it comes to style, the Smart Monitor M8 offers both space and work efficiency in an ultra-stylish design. The thinness of the new model is 11.4mm, about three-quarters slimmer than the previous models.

Featuring a sophisticated flat-back design, the M8’s range of colours developing on stylish warm white complements any environment based on the user’s personal preferences.

“We aspired to create a product capable of matching the lifestyles of all kinds of people and preferences,”

said Kyounghoon Kim, Executive Vice President and Head of Design Team, Visual Display Business, Samsung Electronics.

“The M8’s colour palette composed of four different colours was inspired by the theme ‘Shades of Nature’. Gazing at the clear blue sky on a bright sunny day, recharging in the lush green forest, or finally bathing in the glow of a sunset,”

he added.

The Smart Monitor M8 earned CES Innovation Awards Honouree from the CTA (Consumer Technology Association) in recognition of a wide array of its display technologies.

The Samsung Smart Monitor M8 is now available to pre-order globally in a variety of colours and specifications. For more information, please visit:

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