Whenever home, instead of continuing using your cell phone, as usual, you can pull out all the stops and connect your Samsung Galaxy S9 or S9+ to a screen or a smart TV and transform it into a makeshift work environment.
Samsung Galaxy S9 or S9+ becomes your computer, connecting to your monitor via the docking station and offering a full desktop experience powered by your phone.
When you connect you’re Samsung Galaxy S9 or S9+ turns into a shrewd mouse and keyboard for whatever you’re doing on screen.
With tech getting smaller and capacity getting bigger all the time, there’s no need for bulky desktop set-ups anymore.
Clearly, the twofold application handiness infers you can split the screen as well– and continue talking with companions or business partners while you work or watch the news or essential projects.
Vice President of Integrated Mobility for Samsung South Africa Craige Fleischer said slipping the Samsung Galaxy S9 or S9+ into its DeX dock enables clients to get to all that they require for a productive brainstorming or video talk session.
“It’s about persistent availability and amazing accommodation. With the DeX, clients may transform wherever into a workspace, regardless of what kind of work they do,” said Fleischer.
On the off chance that a call comes in while you dock the telephone, a warning shows up on the work area and clients answer the call without undocking the gadget or undock, talk, re-dock and portable functioning as previously
Shouldn’t something be said in regards to video calls?
While tech has followed along by a wide edge, it hasn’t been all that easy to utilise one device for coordinating a video call and making notes or sending reports meanwhile.
Samsung DeX engages customers to continue working with programs like Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and keep the inventive energies pumping by making and modifying pictures in Adobe Photoshop and Lightroom, sketching out in AutoCAD and making music with Samsung SoundCamp.
“Using DeX as your go-to computing power means you avoid creating duplicate files through unnecessary upload and emails to access from other devices because you’re using the files already stored on your device.
This is mobile computing at its finest – depending on the type of computing power required, the DeX will replace a laptop,” adds Fleischer.