Samsung Launches Quantum Dot Curved Monitor Series
Samsung Electronics launchess the all new Quantum Dot curved monitors, the CH711 and CFG70. By this launch, Samsung has clearly shown that it will continue leadership in the entertainment monitor sector. Nowadays TV consumers have high expectations and demands from the manufacturers. The Quantum Dot monitors offer brilliant design, richer color and deeper contrast than ever before. The totally immersive experience realizes the full potential of the content played on it.
A Curved Entertainment Experience
Samsung's CH711 Quantum Dot curved monitor is available in 27-inch and 31.5-inch models. The CH711 delivers vivid and stunning picture quality. Featuring 1,800R curvature and a wide 178-degree angle, the CH711 makes content apparently more realistic. Its ergonomic design also enables viewers to adjust the horizontal and vertical positioning for optimal comfort. With 2,560 x 1,440 WQHD resolution, the CH711 sets a new benchmark in the color standards by any TV available in the market today.
The CH711's sleek, sophisticated 360-degree design complements any desktop or drawing room. It's clean white colored chassis looks gorgeous and it neatly hides its HDMI cables out of sight inside the stand's neck.
The Birth of Quantum Dot Monitor
Samsung's CH711 Quantum Dot curved design is developed specifically for hardcore gamers. The 24- and 27-inch CFG70 curved monitors combine the visual refinement of Samsung's Quantum Dot technology with the comfortable wide viewing to enhance the ultimate gaming experience. The CFG70 offers many gamer-friendly features such as the "Gaming UX" user interface, as well as advanced calibration options for any of the FPS, RTS, RPG and AOS game genres.
Samsung promises a grand experience to celebrate the launch of its newest monitors, Samsung will offer CES 2017 visitors a first-hand opportunity to enjoy the company's interactive gaming zone. Samsung's booth will include interactive stations where visitors can play today's top video game titles on its CFG70 Quantum monitors with LIVE streaming.
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