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Samsung has sold over 1 million curved monitors

Samsung has sold over 1 million curved monitors

Samsung has sold over 1 million curved monitors

Samsung has sold over 1 million curved monitors

 

Samsung has sold over 1 million curved monitors, with the company accounting for 85% of global curved monitor sales in q4 2015. This is one million monitor sales since Samsung first released their 27 inch SD590C back in 2014. 

curved monitors are designed to deliver a more immersive visual experience that caused less eye fatigue over long periods of time, increasing workplace productivity and  increasing immersion in gaming. 

 

Since the launch of our first curved monitor in 2014, we’ve seen this technology evolve to become an industry standard that gaming and entertainment viewers expect,

As curved monitors continue to grow in popularity, we welcome the challenge of further advancing our displays’ design and capabilities to drive new levels of viewer engagement and comfort. We are happy to have reached one million sales for our curved monitors so far, and we look forward to delivering new curved technology innovation in the coming years

  Samsung has sold over 1 million curved monitors

 

Since the release of Samsung's first curved monitor Samsung has done a lot to refine the technology, introducing a sharper curve of 3000R, a curvature radius of 3,000mm, for their 34 inch SE790C and offering an 1800 curvature in their newest CF591 and CF390 series of monitors.  

  

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11-04-2016, 19:03:53

jimma47
Single 27-27" curved monitors aren't really that effective, however get three of them together (or even two in a typical desktop scenario) and you'd be surprised how good they are.

No not awesome for designers or anyone that needs straight lines (to appear straight) but there are plenty of monitors for that.Quote

12-04-2016, 05:46:41

xnax2802
I'm still amazed by how little good stands matter to the general public. Samsung makes some of the worst stands out there; low standard height and they only offer tilt adjustment. On top of that, there aren't very many of their monitors that have VESA compatibilityQuote

12-04-2016, 06:06:54

King of Old Old School
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Originally Posted by xnax2802 View Post
I'm still amazed by how little good stands matter to the general public. Samsung makes some of the worst stands out there; low standard height and they only offer tilt adjustment. On top of that, there aren't very many of their monitors that have VESA compatibility
For some reason it doesn't bother peopleQuote

12-04-2016, 07:04:17

jimma47
Because you'll find 90% (guestimate) of people never change their stands or do anything else aside from plonking it down on the desktop. Its' cheaper to produce and yeah the lack of VESA can be a pain for some (like me) but for a budget monitor - which a lot of them are - it's perfectly fine. People who would worry about height adjustability or rotation (not that you'd rotate a curved monitor) would be looking at the higher end typically.Quote

12-04-2016, 22:20:41

MacLeod
I went to the Frys in Austin last week when I was in Texas on vacation and they had a several curved monitors up on display with gameplay footage running on them and honestly, I wasn't impressed. They had a couple LG's 21:9 and a Samsung 16:9 and the only real way I got anything "cool" out of the curved screen was if I was so close to it that it made me seasick. At normal viewing distance I couldn't tell anything different about it really.

Ive got jacked up eyesight so its probably a me problem more than anything else but I think Ill be sticking with the standard flat screen monitors for the foreseeable future cause I doubt my eyes will be getting better as I get older.Quote
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