Over the past 50 years, CES has been the launchpad for a multitude of technologies that have helped change the world. Samsung has again used this event to showcase its latest consumer solutions, from washing machines to monitors.
“Today’s multimedia consumers have high expectations and demand immersive participation that realises the full potential of the content they are consuming,” says Mike van Lier, Director of Enterprise Business Division at Samsung Electronics South Africa. “Samsung’s 2017 line-up of Quantum Dot monitor range offers brilliant design, richer colour and deeper contrast than ever before.”
Samsung provided the following information:
The new Samsung CH711 Quantum Dot curved monitor is designed with gamers in mind. Available in 27- and 31.5-inch variations, scheduled for an early 2017 commercial release, the CH711 delivers vivid, visually stunning picture quality, regardless of the content being enjoyed.
Featuring 1,800R curvature and an ultra-wide 178-degree viewing angle, the CH711 makes content clearly visible wherever you may be in a room. Its ergonomic design also enables viewers to adjust the monitor’s horizontal and vertical positioning for optimal comfort. When combined with the standard RGB colour gamut coverage and 2,560 x 1,440 Wide Quad High Definition (WQHD) resolution, the CH711 sets a new standard for detailed colour appearance at any distance.
The CH711’s sleek and sophisticated 360-degree design complements any desktop or décor. Its clean, white chassis features a striking, three-sided, design that neatly hides its power and High Definition Multimedia Interface (HDMI) cables out of sight inside the stand’s neck.
The Quantum Dot monitor evolution
Designed specifically for professional and hardcore gamers, the 24- and 27-inch CFG70 curved monitors combine the visual refinement of Samsung’s Quantum Dot picture technology with the comfortable, ultra-wide view of its curved monitors to create the ultimate gaming experience. The CFG70 offers a host of gamer-friendly features, such as the ‘Gaming UX’ user interface.
Samsung’s other CF791 Quantum Dot curved monitor performs just as well when used for work, delivering unparalleled clarity and fine detail. Using Picture-by-Picture (PBP) technology, customers can load content from any connected HDMI or Display Point (DP) input source and position it anywhere on the screen. A complementary Picture-in-Picture (PIP) function also allows users to shrink and place content anywhere on the screen without losing resolution or visual quality. An integrated height-adjustable stand furthermore delivers ergonomic comfort and makes the CF791 ideal for any workstation or in any office environment.
“Samsung has been the leader in the entertainment visual display market for a long time and these new products continue to keep us ahead of the competition,” said Van Lier. “With these technologies having been launched at this year’s CES, South African consumers can look forward to experience these innovative monitors locally over the course of 2017.”