By: The Mobile Indian network, The Mobile Indian, New Delhi
Last updated : Thursday, February 02, 2017 - 16:54
The monitors come in two model namely LC24FG70 and LC27FG70 and comes with a price tag of Rs 35,000 and Rs 42,000 respectively.
Samsung has announced its first curved gaming monitor in India today. The monitors come in two model namely LC24FG70 and LC27FG70 and comes with a price tag of Rs 35,000 and Rs 42,000 respectively.
The monitors are dubbed as the most curved monitor in the world with a radius of 1800mm, which give a comfortable and immersive gaming experience to gamers. The monitor comes with quantum dot technology, which gives vibrant and natural colours. Through this technology the monitor 3000:1 contrast ratio.
The curved gaming monitor comes with a host of features like 144 Hz refresh rate which is done with the help of integrated AMD FreeSync Technology over HDMI functionality and 1ms moving response time. The rapid MPRT rate reduces display transitions between moving and animated objects.
Both the monitors come user-friendly gaming UX and include a dedicated gaming interface with an intuitive settings dashboard to better allow gamers to modify and personalise their gameplay settings.The company says that the curved gaming monitors undergo rigorous pre-shipment calibration which includes optimising various settings like contrast ratios, black gamma levels for enhanced brightness and white balance levels for temperature management.
Speaking on the launch, Puneet Sethi, Director, CE B2B Business, Samsung India Electronics said “Gamers are demanding advanced display technologies in monitors in order to experience every nuance of a game. There is a need for better monitors for enhanced gaming experience in the country. At Samsung, we are committed to offer our customers the very best of features and technology. The launch of this curved gaming monitor is a step in that direction and I am sure that it will be a trend-setter in the gaming zone.”
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