Published On: Fri, Jun 9th, 2017

Samsung’s new top-end winding gaming monitors are sporting HDR, QLED and AMD FreeSync 2

Samsung is updating a winding gaming guard lineup with a slew of new technologies. Coming in 27, 31.5 and 49-inch versions, they’re called a C27HG70, C32HG70 and C49HG90, respectively. They mix a best stream guard technologies, into a package that during initial peek seems flattering ideal.

All 3 monitors come versed with HDR (high energetic range) for increasing light range, quantum dot LEDs that cover 125% of a sRGB tone space and 95 percent of a DCI-P3 tone space and AMD FreeSync 2 record to equivocate shade tearing.

Despite all this going on, this tech cocktail keeps relocating images on a arrangement during a solid 144Hz, with a 178 grade observation angle.

The usually spec that Samsung’s 3 monitors don’t share are shade resolution: a 49-inch has a 3840×1080 panel, while a smaller 31.5 and 27-inch brethren have 2560×1440 panels. Personally, we have no need of a 49-inch winding display, most reduction a space to put it, though Samsung is assured that a user who needs that ultrawide screen genuine estate really exists.

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Of course, regulating AMD record to equivocate shade ripping has both a advantages and disadvantages. Anyone with an AMD label that supports FreeSync2 will benefit, though anyone but (namely NVIDIA cards) won’t get to make any use of this anti-screen ripping spec.

Regardless, if you’re in a AMD of NVIDA camp, everybody from fan PC gamers, eSports professionals, to editors and video professionals could have a margin day with this gear. All a monitors have stands with tractable height, focus and angle, along with audio/microphone, HDMI, DisplayPort and USB 3.0 ports.

Regarding availability, Samsung’s new monitors will be accessible from a few retailers including Amazon, Newegg and Samsung directly. The 49-inch will go for $1499, a 32-inch CHG70 for $699, and a 27-inch arrangement for $599. Shipping is approaching in late June, to early July.

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