Gamers, you’ll be able to test what we’ve seen almost glowing at the Samsung arena at IFA this year. The Quantum Dot curved gaming monitor has become a reality, as the company announced its official global launch today #hardwaremagic
The 24- and 27-inches models were specifically designed for gamers, with a 125 percent sRGB spectrum in mind. That should augment background details and textures, whether it’s day or night. Besides the color enhancement, the new monitors bring integrated AMD FreeSync Technology over HDMI that allows a smooth synchronization between the refresh rate and AMD graphic cards. By the way, the CFG70 monitors have a tiny MPRT rate of 1ms, so you don’t have to worry about shaky transitions between objects.
According to the company, their Quantum Dot monitors come with gaming interfaces, where gamers can modify their desired settings. Another option is to use the hotkeys that come with the monitors, settled in the front and back.
With a 178-degree ultra-wide viewing angle, it will be hard to come back to the real world after a games’ night.