Samsung Electronics introduced two 22" monitor models with VoIP functions at IFA 2007, opening the era of video conferencing and video calls. Samsung Electronics’ new SyncMaster 220TN monitor is embedded with simple networking modules, enabling users to go online and make video calls when connected to LAN cable even without a PC. As the monitor has a built-in camera, microphone and speaker, users can make conference and video calls by using software that comes installed, without buying additional equipment while they go online. The other new monitor, SyncMaster 225UW, developed for more convenient VoIP calls, is optimized for Microsoft UC (Unified Communication) solution for total personal ID management.
Moreover, the SyncMaster 225UW with built-in camera, microphone and speaker allows users to make video calls or to chat with traditional messenger systems such as MS Live Messenger and Skype. Both monitors support high resolution of 1680×1050 and have USB hub functions with four USB ports and two, respectively. These monitors, with elegantly designed high gloss finish and touch buttons, are expected to be well received by companies in need of frequent conference calls with branches and by parents who have children studying abroad.
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