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700Z OLED, introduced at CES, wins 2010 Innovation Award
Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd., today introduced the Samsung 700Z OLED Digital Photo Frame, its slimmest frame yet for displaying high quality images. The photo frame, a recipient of a Consumer Electronic Show 2010 Innovation Award, furthers Samsung’s role as a leader in digital technology design and function.
“The 700Z is a representation of Samsung’s goal to offer design and performance simultaneously,” said Dominic Webb, General Manager, Display Division, Samsung Electronics UK and Ireland. “In addition to its sleek aesthetics for photo display, this frame also serves as a secondary monitor for small desk spaces and home offices.”
High Quality Images in all Environments
The AMOLED self-luminescent screen delivers bright, high contrast images at a 1024x600 resolution both in dark and bright atmospheres. It also has a wide viewing angle which ensures the picture quality even from 180 degree angles. The AMOLED also has a 0.01ms response time that gives the Samsung 700Z the ability to deliver smooth moving images such as movies or television programs as well.
Bluetooth connectivity features allows Samsung 700Z users to share multimedia content across devices wirelessly, including uploading mobile photos and sharing pictures across multiple 700Z frames.
Combining Design and Functionality
Crafted for home and office use, the frame’s foldable “L” stand design and ultra slim active matrix AMOLED panel makes the Samsung 700Z a multi-purpose device. In addition to its high-quality display and decorative frame function, the 7-inch Samsung 700Z can also be used as a secondary home or office monitor by simply connecting it to a PC through a USB cable. The 700Z is ideal for consumers looking to add secondary monitor and high-quality family photos into a tight office space, using one device.
The quality of the Samsung 700Z design is matched by its high quality performance. It has an eco-sensitive AMOLED screen rather than a backlight which makes it not only thin, but also very energy efficient as the screen minimises the user’s power consumption.