Samsung’s new curved Quantum Dot monitors are out! They are designed with gamers in mind. Most people have started appreciating curved screens. Samsung, taking a look at this has decided to unveil curved monitors which use quantum dot technology.
Talking about quantum dots, they are in essence nanocrystals which work in a similar way to OLEDS but produce much brighter colors and have a higher quality and consume less power.
The first monitor which is going to be unveiled is which comes in 27-inch or 31.5-inch sizes and features a 1,800R curvature (that’s 1,800mm of curvature radius across the width of the monitor). Both models boast a resolution of 2,560 by 1,440 and support 125 percent sRGB color coverage.
The two other monitors which will be introduced by Samsung this month are the CFG70 and CF791. Both of these can already be bought today.
The CFG70 is aimed at gamers, using a 144Hz refresh rate, 1ms response time, AMD FreeSync support, and a 1080p resolution. Both models also include a ‘Gaming UX’ user interface and “advanced calibration options” to help optimize the image output for the types of games you play. The 24-inch ($349.99) and 27-inch ($449.99) variants are available now.
Lastly, there is the CF791 which is quite a fantastic monitor as it only has a 1,500R Curvature, but that’s because this is a 34-inch 21:9 aspect ratio monitor with a resolution of 3,440 by 1,440 and a 4ms response time. Surprisingly, it can be wall mounted. The CF791 is available to buy for $999.99.
All of these monitors will be showcased at CES which will be happening about a week from now.