As our living rooms become more and more high tech, a lot of traditional components like our TVs and Blu-ray players are no longer standalone units in the corner. These devices are starting to interact with the internet for premium features, and other devices on our home network for things like media sharing. The divide between our electronic devices and computers is starting to be lessened as all devices find different ways to interact with one another to "connect" us even further.
One such example of this is the monitor I have here today from Samsung. The TA950 is a 27" 3D monitor, which also doubles as a television. As a television, the TA950 comes from Samsung's 9 series - one of their high series' of televisions. As such, the TA950 is loaded with premium features, both as a monitor and as a TV. Don't expect a premium display to come cheap though, as the TA950 will run you over $730 CDN. Is this too loaded to be a PC display, or will Samsung have found the right balance between everything to make it a worthy investment?