Samsung attacked Microsoft and Google through its Flip collaboration display
Samsung is tracking new displays from Google and Microsoft to help people collaborate more effectively. Flip is a digital whiteboard that connects devices and provides users with collaborative space to discuss and share ideas.
Samsung, through its Flip collaboration, is attacking Microsoft and Google, similar to Microsoft Surface Hub and Google Jamboard, and large displays offer similar uses in the workplace. All three companies see the future of large touch screens as the core of conference rooms, replacing projectors, televisions and old-fashioned whiteboards.
The difference between lip and its competitors is that its screen is mounted on a rotating hinge, which enables users to rotate the display 90 degrees horizontally or vertically to display the best information displayed.
Flip will connect to other Samsung devices, allowing people to project mobile phones onto monitors and control the content of smartphones by clicking on larger screens. It also has HDMI input to connect computer software collaboration.
Delivery date and price details are still unavailable.
Today's launch is part of Samsung's First Look event at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. The company showcased a hodgepodge of different displays, including a 146-inch TV called The Wall and a new 8K display that uses artificial intelligence to enhance low-resolution content.