Samsung has something special for gamers. The company released three new Quantum Dot Curved Monitors that will make high-res geeks happy. Samsung will showcase the monitors at CES 2017, booth #15006, Central Hall. CES will take place starting on January 5, 2017.
The benefits curved TV monitors give their users are already known, as well as their flaws. It was just a matter of time for curved designs to be part of computer setups and Samsung has just made it possible.
Samsung’s CH711 curved display
Firstly, there is the CH711 Quantum Dot curved monitor. There are two variants of this display, the 27” or the 31.5” version. It features a curvature of 1,800R, which means 1800mm radius and an ultra wide 178-degree viewing angle.
The two versions have a WQHD resolution of 2,560 by 1,440, with 125% sRGB color coverage. This monitor is going to debut at CES. Samsung hasn´t said anything about the retail price.
Samsung has already released two of the three monitors that will appear in the CES 2017. They are the CFG70 and CF791 Quantum Dot Curved Monitors.
Samsung CFG70 features and price
The CFG70 is designed specifically for professional and hardcore gamers, according to Samsung.
it will come in two sizes, 24” and the 27.” It gives the user gamer-friendly features, such as the “Gaming UX” user interface. It also has the option of advanced calibration that allows users to optimize the picture presentation for FPS, RTS, RPG and AOS game genres.
The CFG70 costs $349 and $449 on Amazon depending on the size. If you are a professional gamer, this is probably the best option for you.
The Samsung CF791 is Samsung’s solution for offices
The third screen is the CF791. It features a curvature of 1,500R and an ultra wide 21:9 aspect ratio. Samsung’s engineers thought of visual design professionals when they made the CF791. It uses Picture-by-Picture (PBP) technology that takes precision to the next level.
Users can load content from connected HDMI or DP input and position it anywhere on the screen. Another function also allows users to shrink and place content in any position on the screen without affecting visual quality or resolution.
The CF791 has a $958 price tag on Amazon, and it is the perfect complement for workstations.
Source: Samsung Newsroom