With computers and home theatre devices all starting to share a common interface connection, HDMI, our computer monitors are no longer limited to just being used on our computers. A computer monitor can also interface with your digital cable box, gaming system, and much more. Being able to use our monitors for more means that we can make do with less clutter; for example, you wouldn't need to put a TV in your kid's room if they can connect their gaming system to the same display that their computer uses.
Looking to further expand the use of your smartphone through your computer display, Samsung has started including MHL connectivity on some of their newer and higher end displays. MHL, short for Mobile High-Definition Link, is a standard for connecting mobile devices to high definition displays by means of their built-in USB connection. MHL doesn't require any expensive hardware or software to use - if you have a supporting device and display then all you need is a single cable between the two!
Samsung's most recent display to support both MHL in addition to regular HDMI and VGA inputs is the S27B750V. The S27B750V is one of Samsung's highest end LED displays and has a price tag to show it. I'm anxious to see if I'll get my monies worth from this display or if luxury isn't all it's cracked up to be.