South Korean tech giant Samsung has announced that it will begin mass production of the world’s first 90Hz OLED laptops in the first quarter of this year. This was announced by Samsung display CEO Joo Sun Choi, who said the company will initially produce large numbers of 14-inch 90Hz OLED displays for laptops and notebooks, starting in March.
“Samsung Display believes that consumers will quickly approach the opportunity to purchase OLED displays that offer a 90Hz refresh rate, although OLED panels require the use of a high-specification graphics card. By rendering static images 90 times per second, they will make movements look much more realistic or more agile from a color perspective, ”the company said.
Without naming the brands it manufactures these displays for, Samsung Display said it is working “closely with global manufacturers to achieve a new level of excellence in laptop refresh rates starting this year.”
In related news, this week Samsung introduced its 24-inch S4 Webcam Monitor (Model name: S40VA) that comes with a built-in webcam, speakers, and microphone.
Samsung said that it has manufactured this product with the new hybrid work environment in mind. It houses a 2MP FHD pop-up camera and an infrared camera that pops out when pushed down on the monitor to make it pop.
Regarding other specifications, the Samsung Webcam Monitor S4 offers a Full HD resolution (1920 × 1080) and a wide horizontal and vertical viewing angle of 178 degrees. Integrated webcam and speakers save dock space, increasing device connectivity.
As for availability, Samsung said that the Webcam Monitor S4 is available in the US, Europe, South Korea, and Southeast Asia.