Samsung releases the new CFG70 quantum dot curved gaming monitors

khushaartanveer@gmail.com' By: Khushaar Tanveer
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Samsung had previously announced their new CFG70 curved gaming monitors at the Gamescom 2016 and IFA 2016 conferences earlier this year.

The skillfully designed  CFG70 curved monitors are every pro gamer’s ultimate dream. It features quantum dot technology, reflects brilliant colors and high definition picture quality across a 125 percent sRGB spectrum and this additional luminance produces a 3,000:1 contrast ratio that augments previously-hidden gaming details in both light and dark color contrasts and settings.

The CFG70 monitors (24- and 27-inch models) have an  environmentally-safe, cadmium-free design monitors, also features a  “Super Arena” design that affiliates an 1800R curvature, a 178-degree ultra-wide viewing angle, and sound interactive LED lighting. The package also comes with a 1 m/s moving picture response time (MPRT) that is the core functionality for reducing the display transitions between moving and animated objects which enhance focus and minimizes visual distractions. The CFG70 also uses an integrated AMD FreeSync Technology and refresh rate of up to 144 Hz along with AMD graphics card. This technology plays a vital role in preventing image tearing and input latency that can cause visual burnout.

“With the introduction of quantum dot technology to our pioneering curved monitors, Samsung offers a look into the future of gaming, along with a level of picture quality like the industry has never seen before,” stated by Seog-gi Kim, Senior Vice President, Visual Display Business at Samsung Electronics. “The CFG70 makes gamers feel as if they are part of the action, and represents Samsung’s most powerful and visually-compelling curved monitor to date.”

Samsung Electronics have armed their gaming monster, the CFG70 with a wide range of user-friendly gaming UX which contributes to a stellar, more comfortable gaming experience. The gaming interface features adaptive controls and a spontaneous settings dashboard that provides enhanced accessibility reach to the gamers. Not to mention the additional hotkeys on the front and back of the display that further adds points to ease of accessibility.

To compliment the modern technical aspects that we have mentioned above, the CFG70 packs compatibility with the FPS, RTS, RPG and AOS genres and each model passes meticulous pre-shipment factory calibration. This method elevates several aspects including contrast adjustments, black gamma balance for improved brightness features and white balance settings for temperature tuning. The results are impeccable and gamers are rewarded with crystal sharp visuals.

Moreover, the Japan Institute of Design Promotion (JDP) has identified the CFG70 as a recipient of its annual Good Design Awards, and the core purpose of this venture is to highlight inventions which “improve the quality of life, industry, and society”, and undeniably the CFG70 clearly stands out among many gaming screens.

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