The new CFG70 curved gaming monitor is available now, combining the picture quality of Quantum dots with the immersive experience of the curved screen, if you're into that sort of thing.
Samsung’s CFG70 monitor (available in 24- and 27-inch models) promises to bring games to life like never before, expressing brilliant and accurate colour across a 125 per cent sRGB spectrum, and a 3000:1 Mega Dynamic Contrast Ratio that reveals hidden depths of detail in both light and dark graphics.
"By combining the stunning picture from our pioneering Quantum dot technology with the immersive effect of the curved screen, Samsung’s CFG70 monitors help Australians take their passion for gaming to new heights," said Paul Sharpe, Director, Enterprise & Small Medium Business, Samsung Electronics Australia.
"Designed specifically for modern gamers, these monitors provide a competitive edge, delivering a lightning fast response time, high refresh rate, and the supreme comfort that comes with ergonomic design."
The monitor is available now, and is priced at $599.95 for the 24-inch FreeSync and $849.95 for the 27-inch FreeSync. A 27-inch G-Sync model is on its way, with pricing to be confirmed.
"Quantum Dot". I know it sounds like a TV show where a guy jumps backwards through time, taking over the bodies of other people and helping them with the grammar and punctuation, but it's a real technology. Honest. In fact, Samsung was one of the first off the mark to integrate quantum dots into its displays, which now includes computer monitors with the announcement of the curved, 24-inch CFG70.