Over the last while I've really started to think about where the traditional computer is headed. Facts are showing that laptop and tablet sales are far surpassing sales of the traditional desktop and fewer and fewer homes even have a desktop anymore to begin with. I myself have also shifted a lot of my day-to-day work to my laptop as well. One thing that all these portable devices lack is screen space. These devices are convenient to move about with, but when it comes time to get down to some serious business, I still need a desk with a larger monitor to sit at.
Over the last year or so Samsung has really started to blur the lines between their TV and monitor product lines. A lot of their Smart TV features are finding their way on to the monitors, which are far from being just single/dual input monitors anymore either. Today I have the T27B750ND display on the test bench and this display is a full on Smart TV and computer monitor and even has support to be a display on compatible phones and tablets, as well as being able to accept keyboard input for some apps where you can eliminate the need to even use a computer attached to it. Is this the direction our displays are headed, and has Samsung been able to execute a feature packed display without overdoing things? Let's find out.