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Samsung Reveal 3 new Curved HDMI FreeSync monitors

Samsung Reveal 3 new Curved HDMI FreeSync monitors

Samsung Reveal 3 new Curved HDMI FreeSync monitors

Samsung Reveal 3 new Curved HDMI FreeSync monitors

 

Samsung Reveal 3 new Curved FreeSync monitors, all of which can use AMD FreeSync Through HDMI. All of these monitors will be 1080p, making them ideal for an aesthetically pleasing office Multi-screen configuration. 

With FreeSync through HDMI this monitor will be a great option as a low end FreeSync monitor given its refresh rate of 60Hz and resolution of 1080p. This monitor will be best paired with a GPU like a R9 380 or 380X for a resolution of 1080p.  

 

     As consumers seek a more pleasurable and immersive viewing experience - whether at work or at play - curved monitors can take their experience to the next level,

The release of our cutting-edge curved displays signifies our commitment to continuous innovation and delivering the best viewing experience in any environment.

  Samsung Reveal 3 new Curved HDMI FreeSync monitors

 

The CF591 will be available in a size of 27 inches and the CF390 will be available in sizes of 24 and 27 inches.  All the monitors will use a VA panel, have a refresh rate of 60Hz and offer a 4ms grey to grey response time. 

All of these monitors will have a curvature of 1800R, which means that the curve fits onto a circle that is curving at a radius of 1800mm. This means that all these displays can be used together and have the same curvature. 

  

Samsung Reveal 3 new Curved HDMI FreeSync monitors  Samsung Reveal 3 new Curved HDMI FreeSync monitors  

 

None of these monitors will use VESA mounts, meaning that they cannot be used with monitor arms and have to be used with the standard Samsung stand, which is the only real downside of these monitors.

Right now Samsung has not confirmed the pricing of these monitors, but they are expected to launch within the next month.   

 

You can join the discussion on Samsung's 3 new curved HDMI FreeSync monitors on the OC3D Forums

 

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29-02-2016, 15:38:55

xnax2802
Crappy stand and no VESA support. No thanks, Samsung; some of us are tall and don't care for ghetto solutionsQuote

29-02-2016, 16:36:50

jimma47
Pretty. Lack of VESA is a shame but with glues these days it's not that fatal unless you want to resell them later. Seems to be getting more common as well which is a shame. I guess only a small percentage of users actually bolt their monitors to anything other than the original stand. Save some $$Quote

29-02-2016, 18:04:11

xnax2802
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Originally Posted by jimma47 View Post
Pretty. Lack of VESA is a shame but with glues these days it's not that fatal unless you want to resell them later. Seems to be getting more common as well which is a shame. I guess only a small percentage of users actually bolt their monitors to anything other than the original stand. Save some $$
I wouldn't have that much of a problem with the lack of VESA support, if the stand was at least height adjustable. I've been interested in a couple of Samsung monitors in the past, but they all seem to have the same problem: they think we're all 5'5". Meanwhile Asus, Dell, Acer etc. pulls off quality stands with proper adjustment options time and time again. It can't really be that hard if ALL of their competition is doing it, can it? Quote

29-02-2016, 22:16:36

JR23
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Originally Posted by jimma47 View Post
Lack of VESA is a shame but with glues these days it's not that fatal unless you want to resell them later.
Love sniffing Loctite 406.

Your right though it's just a shame hard solvent abuse eventually leads to severe degradation of ebay listing skills.

JRQuote

29-02-2016, 22:37:57

jimma47
Quote:
Originally Posted by JR23 View Post
Love sniffing Loctite 406.

Your right though it's just a shame hard solvent abuse eventually leads to severe degradation of ebay listing skills.

JR
Ha yeah I could have worded that better.

Side note - 406 is amazing stuff. I use it on my foam goalie gear.Quote
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