Samsung to release four new monitors next month: Samsung adds to its SyncMaster line the new 7 series and 9 series 3D LCD monitors and HDTV/monitor combos. For monitor, the 7 series includes 23-inch S23A750, 27-inch S27A750 and the 9 series has the 23-inch S23A950 and 27-inch S27A950. There are also 23-inch T23A750, T23A950 and 27-inch T27A750, T27A950 HDTV/monitor models. The 9 Series features a slim, asymmetrical design that offers a clean, modern look while the 7 Series display sports Samsungs signature Touch of Color design, which embeds colored accents in the bezel for a stylish, unique look. All models are based on Samsung TN LCD panel and are equipped with Samsungs 3D engine for displaying 3D images. They can automatically analyze and render 2D content in real-time to 3D, supporting not only PC content, but also content from Blu-ray players, gaming consoles and set-top boxes. The 7 series and 9 series feature 1920×1080 Full HD resolution, 1000:1 contrast ratio, 2ms response time and 170/160-degree viewing angle. The 7 series offers HDMI and DisplayPort inputs and the 9 series adds DVI-Dual link. The HDTV/Monitor models (T23A750, T23A950, T27A750, T27A950) includes also USB 2.0, component input, composite input, Ethernet LAN port and built-in 7W speakers with Dolby Digital, SRS TheaterSound HD, DTS 2.0 and 3D sound support. Samsung will release these 3D enabled LCD monitors and HDTV/monitor combos in March 2011. All four displays look glossy (good thing, IMO, YMMV). The 950 series displays look particularly good for eyefinity with their displayport inputs and extremely thin bezel. If these displays have the anti-glare coating on par with their upper end LCD TV's, it's damn good (I love my LNT5271f) Now, the questions to be answered, in order of importance: Real 120Hz? Input lag? Price?