We've been finishing up our look at Samsung's CES booth and came across a few more entries for its Series 9 products — a 27-inch all-in one PC plus a 27-inch monitor. One of the more unique features of the all-in-one was its 1080p 2D / 3D display, though we couldn't imagine actually using WIndows in 3D mode for any length of time. It looked fine in 2D mode, however, and does present a good option for those who want to use their all-in-one as a smaller home theater device. There isn't much detail on the full specs, but we do know there's an Intel Core i7 processor and a Radeon HD6730M graphics card with 1GB of dedicated video RAM.

As for the Series 9 display, it runs at 2,560 x 1,440, but doesn't include the 3D features found in the all-in-one PC. Its viewing angle of 178 degress is quite nice, text is rendered beautifully, and photos really popped (probably thanks to a color depth in excess of 1 million). From a design perspective, it's beautifully minimal, with controls built into the base of the monitor; but the monitor's positional adjustments were not exceptionally smooth. It doesn't come cheap, either — the Series 9 monitor will retail for $1199.99 when it's released in March.