The Korean manufacturer's new means of display are agile, convex and have unique backlighting technology
The competition in the advanced desktop screen market is certainly great, with a variety of companies using a variety of up-to-date and pretentious technologies hoping to get the hundreds of dollars (and sometimes thousands of dollars) of consumers - so it's not surprising to hear about more and more unusual features being added to fast-paced products.
Now it happens thanks to the company סמסונג, Which features a pair of first-rate convex gaming screens that combine Quantum Dots to get a more powerful view of the red and green pixels, which can increase the contrast ratio and overall color gamut in the display media.
The new screens are offered 24 inches and 27 inches oblique under the C24FG70 and C27FG70 model names, respectively, with SVA panels with wide viewing angles (competing withIPS Seller) and a slightly disappointing 1080p resolution in both cases.
Both models offer an impressive 1 static contrast ratio: 3,000, a coverage of not less than 125 per cent of the sRGB standard 8 bit format, a significant 16.7R curve according to their dimensions, a response time that Samsung calls' Moving Picture Response Time 'of a single millisecond that ensures that all traces of undesirable Ghosting phenomena, especially for gaming purposes, are supported and support for FreeSync technology AMD For vertical synchronization of the image displayed materially, up to 144 run for the connection DisplayPort Or 120 for the connection HDMI (To display up to 144 frames per second and up to 120 frames per second respectively).
The screens include an HDMI 2.0 (which the FreeSync supports in this case, to our delight), an input DisplayPort Another 1.2, pair speakers Built-in LEDs that will change color depending on the audio played at a given time, a dedicated user interface designed to be user-friendly for gaming enthusiasts and a pair-jointed arm that will allow convenient ergonomics to change the height of the screen, swivel, tilt and sideways.
Both models are available for purchase right now, equipped with affordable price tags of 350 for the C24FG70 and 450 for C27FG70. Does the promise of a richer color gamut, good contrast ratio, and minimal response times justify investment, and the selection at a relatively modest FullHD resolution? Tell us what you think about the reactions.