Samsung’s C24FG70 monitor supports AMD’s FreeSync technology

Samsung’s C24FG70 monitor supports AMD’s FreeSync technology

Samsung has presented a new monitor at the on-going IDF 2016 event. It is called C24FG70 and comes with support for AMD’s FreeSync technology and an unusual stand.

The Samsung C24FG70 will be the first monitor in the new CFG70 monitor line. The device features a 24-inch curved VA display that sports 1 ms of response time in gray-to-gray mode. The second nice feature here is that the C24FG70 offers 125 per cent sRGB color coverage, which is impressive. The implementation of FreeSync means that the Samsung C24FG70 can offer a display refresh rate of 144 Hz. The monitor works at Full HD resolution and offers 3000:1 of dynamic contrast ratio and 178-degree viewing angles. Its stand is unusual – it features an arm that allows the user to tilt the display up and down and change its mode from portrait to landscape and vice versa. At the back the C24FG70 also comes with two HDMI ports, a 3.5 mm audio jack and one DisplayPort connector.

The new Samsung C24FG70 monitor will be out in October. The device will sell for EUR 449 when it arrives.

Source: Samsung

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