Over the time, Samsung has established itself as a leading name in the industry. Thousands of products! Hundreds of flagships! And many revolutionary advancements are the courtesy of this one single brand. The south Korean tech-giant always surprises us with its larger-than-life announcements, which set new milestones among other companies. One such big announcement came from Samsung at this year’s IFA. The tech giant unveiled three curved gaming monitors:
- CFG70, available in 24 or 27 inches
- CF791, available in 34-inches
Let’s begin talking about them one-by-one:
The 34-inch CF791 model showcases a 3,440×1,440 display, while the smaller CFG70 curved gaming monitor comes in at 1920×1080. Design wise, the CFG70 are black, while the CFG791 is white. All the monitors support very thin bezels, and have ball-joint-mechanisms in the neck that can be tilted and rotated to adjust height without moving the base.
The monitors also feature Samsung’s quantum dot technology, which is already available in its line of Ultra HD TVs. According to the tech giant, the technology makes for better color accuracy and a sharper picture. This means now you can enjoy breathtaking effects and eye popping graphics of all latest video games on a bigger screen.
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Samsung’s curved game monitors employs AMD cards that use FreeSync. This results in monitors to have screen refresh rates ranging from 100Hz for the CF791 to 144Hz for the CFG70. Each CFG70 monitor has input delay of only 1 ms. This means the games played on the smaller screens (with AMD cards) will have less input lag and stutter (Larger CF791 monitor has 4ms of lag).
When you press the button behind the bezel, a user interface called Gaming UX will appear. It features options for picture, motion blur and black equalizers. Still the feature appears somewhat incomplete, when you see it on monitors. And one more thing! It is only available on the CFG70 models.
All three Samsung curved gaming monitor will be available in the fourth quarter of 2016. The 24-inch CFG70 model will cost you $399, the 27-inch model goes for $499, while the 34-inch CF791 will be available for $999.
Stay tuned for more updates!