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    Samsung Webcam Monitor S4 (S40VA) now available

    Integrated pop-up webcam, microphone, and speakers make it ready for hybrid workers.
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    Re: Samsung Webcam Monitor S4 (S40VA) now available

    Integrated camera = good - we've recently had to buy a lot of C920s for our office..and this sort of popup (for privacy) camera would be a nice addiditon!

    However, why they put speakers and a mic on it I don't know - they never provide good results - its always a poor experience video calling someone or joining a meeting when they are using a speaker/mic combo rather than a headset...no matter how good teams has become at suppressing background noise.

    We don't want to encourage such behaviour

    That aside, its been a while since i've seen a PC monitor with an integrated web cam and I think its a nice change to make given how we're likely to be working in the future!

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    Re: Samsung Webcam Monitor S4 (S40VA) now available

    Aaaaand they fall in the last paragraph.
    All this needed was USB-c. One wire for a laptop to have power, video to the screen and connection for the camera and mic.
    That would have been one cable, but instead this need 3 (power to laptop, usb and video to screen).

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