Samsung will introduce new Quantum Dot curved gaming monitors at IFA 2016
Samsung today confirmed that it’s going to introduce new Quantum Dot gaming monitors – the CFG70 in 24- and 27-inch as well as the CF791 in 34-inch – at its IFA 2016 press conference that’s scheduled for September 1 at 11am. Both monitors provide brilliant colors across a 125-percent sRBG spectrum. This luminance brings up a variety of game details that are otherwise hidden in both dark and light settings.
The company says that to further enhance the details in advanced games the Quantum Dot monitors go through rigorous factory calibration before shipment. Various settings are optimized in this treatment which ultimately lets gamers enjoy a sharp and brilliant picture. “By enhancing our pioneering curved gaming monitors with quantum dot technology, our CFG70 and CF791 displays further surround players and make them feel as if they are part of the game. We are excited to demonstrate this futuristic and immersive gaming environment at IFA 2016,” said Seog-gi Kim, Senior Vice President, Visual Display Business at Samsung Electronics.
The CFG70 is described as a “multi-sensory gaming destination” with features like 10800R curvature aligned with sound interactive LEDs which lets players experience the thrill of victory. It’s also the first curved gaming monitor to offer 1 m/s moving picture response time with a rapid refresh rate of up to 144 Hz. It also includes Samsung’s Gaming UX OSD interface which is basically a one-stop shop for all essential settings.
With a 1500R curvature the Samsung CF791 is currently the most curved gaming monitor available now. It features AMD FreeSync technology and a 100 Hz refresh rate in an ultra-wide 21:9 aspect ratio. The display features a boundless design that helps players focus on what really matters, they can also customize the monitor’s alignment to match their ergonomic needs through a vertically adjustable stand.
IFA 2016 attendees will be able to experience the new Quantum Dot gaming monitors from Samsung in an interactive gaming zone set up in the company’s booth.