Samsung prepares new 4K monitor

Samsung prepares new 4K monitor

The South Korean tech giant Samsung is busy working on a new 28-inch monitor that will be one of the first monitors supporting the 4K resolution (3840 x 2160 pixels). The novelty is known as U28D590D and comes with TN technology for the display.

The Samsung U28D590D offers 1 ms of response time, 300 cd/m2 of brightness, 1000:1 of static contrast ratio and 170/160-degree viewing angles. The monitor is capable of showing more than a billion colors, which is 64 times more than any other TN-based monitor.

In addition to all this the U28D590D offers two HDMI 1.4 ports on its back and one DisplayPort. The monitor offers 60 Hz of refresh rate when using DisplayPort 1.2 and 30 Hz when using HDMI 1.4. The device also comes with a few display modes as well.

The Samsung U28D590D can be yours for USD 699.99.

Source: Samsung

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