Samsung works on new curved monitor

Samsung works on new curved monitor

Samsung will soon expand its line of curved monitors with the addition of a new model that is known as C32F391FW. The monitor will have a 31.5-inch display with support for Adaptive-Sync technology, wide 178-degree viewing angles and an 1800R curve, which makes it more curved than most other curved monitors.

The Samsung C32F391FW is based on Samsung SVA technology and works at Full HD resolution. The device has a refresh rate of 60 Hz, up to 250 cd/m² of brightness, a static contrast ratio of 3000:1, 4 ms of response time and 100 per cent sRGB color coverage. The C32F391FW is compatible with 75 x 75 mm VESA stands and includes HDMI 1.4a and DisplayPort connectors as well as audio jacks. A nice touch is that the Adaptive-Sync technology will work with both HDMI and DisplayPort connectors.

The new C32F391FW curved monitor by Samsung will be in stores in the May-June time period. The device is expected to sell for around USD 399.

Source: Guru3D.com

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