Samsung has announced a new range of curved monitors which will sport the quantum dot technology.
THE CURVED MONITOR SAMSUNG CH711 WILL BE OFFICIALLY LAUNCHED AT CES
The curved monitor Samsung CH711 will be officially launched at CES 2017 with the details on price and availability. While Samsung says the monitor is designed keeping gamers in mind, a look at the monitor would also make it seem at home in a professional setup and even Mac users.
The Samsung CH711 quantum dot curved monitor would be selling in the 27-inch and 31.5-inch form factor with a QHD or 2560 x 1440 pixel resolution. The monitor features an 1800R radius curvature and will be offering a viewing angle of around 178-degrees with a 16:9 aspect ratio. It claims to offer 125 percent of sRGB coverage as well. The monitors are expected to start selling in early 2017.
THE SAMSUNG CH711 CAN BE ADJUSTED VERTICALLY AS WELL AS…
The Samsung CH711 can be adjusted vertically as well as horizontally and can also support a three-sided ‘Boundless’ design. This means that you can place three CH711s beside each other in case you want a really wide display. This is helped by the fact that the CH711 has extremely thin bezels on the sides as well as the top.
QUANTUM DOTS DO NOT SUFFER FROM LAG ISSUES AS SAY AN OLED
Quantum Dots do not suffer from lag issues as say an OLED panel does, which makes it ideal for gamers. But having said that, the picture quality and contrast offered by an OLED display is currently claimed to be superior to quantum dot monitors. Samsung hasn’t clarified if the panel will be an 8-bit one or a 10-bit one. Also no details are out on the refresh rate either.
Samsung will let us know more details in its CES 2017 keynote address. It will also be announcing availability and pricing details of CFG70 and CF791 Quantum dot monitors at CES.