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Thursday, December 29, 2016
New Samsung CH711 Quantum Dot Curved Display Joins Line-up of Multimedia Monitors


Samsung Electronics plans to demonstrate at CES 2017 how it has stepped up its game in the entertainment monitor space with the unveiling of its new CH711 Quantum Dot Curved monitor.



Additionally, Samsung will also showcase its recently launched CFG70 and CF791 Quantum Dot displays.

Samsung's new CH711 Quantum Dot Curved monitor is designed with gamers in mind. Available in 27- and 31.5-inch variations, and scheduled for an early 2017 commercial release, the CH711 leverages Quantum Dot technology to deliver vivid picture.

The CH711 features a curvature of 1,800R and a 178-degree viewing angle. The Quantum Dot display's design offers viewers vibrant color from any viewing distance with 125 percent sRGB color coverage and 2,560x1,440 WQHD resolution.

A host of gamer-friendly features, including the Gaming User Interface and calibration optimizes presentation for any title in the FPS, RTS, RPG and AOS game genres.

Featuring 1,500R curvature and a 21:9 aspect ratio, the CF791 (34-inch) Quantum Dot Curved monitor showcases content with clarity and detail. Leveraging Picture-by-Picture (PBP) technology, users can load content through a connected HDMI or DP input source and position it anywhere on the screen. A complementary Picture-in-Picture (PIP) functionality enables users to customize, shrink and place content in any location without losing resolution. An integrated height-adjustable stand also delivers ergonomic efficiency.

To celebrate the launch of its newest monitors, Samsung will offer CES 2017 attendees a first-hand opportunity to engage in competition at its interactive gaming zone. Samsung's booth will include interactive stations where visitors can test several of today's video game titles on its CFG70 Quantum Dot Curved gaming monitors, with supporting large-format SMART LED signage broadcasting the competition.

CES attendees will also get a first glimpse of Samsung's next wave of high-resolution monitors, scheduled for release in early 2017:

  • The UH750 (28- and 31.5-inch models) monitor combines Samsung's gamer-friendly features with 1 m/s response time, Quantum Dot picture quality and high-quality UHD resolution.
  • The SH850 (23.8- and 27-inch models) monitor delivers WQHD resolution and DP daisy chain connectivity through a three-sided, boundless design, with a square base.


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