QHD monitors are only now starting to crop up as sellable items, so we're definitely going to report on all the ones we spot.
This time though, the folks at Samsung Hub
are the ones who did the spotting, at a launch event in Korea.
The product is called SB970, it is part of the Series 9 range and was originally unveiled back at CES 2012 in January.
Its QHD resolution is the most striking feature, obviously (2,560 x 1,440 pixels) but the 178-degree viewing angles and the MHL support aren't something to gloss over either (mobile high-definition link, for controlling it with a phone/tablet).
The diagonal length is 27 inches and the panel manages the aforementioned viewing angles thanks to the use of a PLS panel (Plane Line Switching).
Just don't expect affordability. Between the specs and the Crustal Clear Glass design, the price tag ended up at $1,194 / 935 Euro.