The South Korean giant has officially presented the first monitors with Radeon FreeSync 2 technology from AMD. Said technology sets an important breakthrough from the first generation of FreeSync since not only has the fluidity improved and latency has been reduced but also offers a superior quality of image.
The Radeon FreeSync 2 technology maintains the hardware-software system that powers the communication between the GPU and the monitor to reduce latency, end with “screen tearing”, and offers a seamless gaming experience ending the “stutter” effect that is produced when the frames per second enter in an irregular form.
This second generation, in addition, permits the use of HDR (dynamic high range illumination) that improves the luminance of the image and generates a more realistic effect. There is also an improvement in the representation of sRGB color spectrum.
Going back to the monitors, Samsung has announced two new models: the CHG90 and CHG70. Both have a QLED (Quantum Dot) panel and HDR but they differ by the size since the first is 49 inches and the second is available in two versions of 27 and 32 inches.
As you may have imagined a different resolution is also offered. The model of larger size reaches 3.840 x 1080 pixels (32:9) and both 27 and 32-inch models stay at 2.560 x 1.440 pixels (16:9).
All three have a 1800R curvature, a refresh rate of 144 HZ, a 178-degree visual angle, and can be regulated on height and inclination.
There is no doubt that these new Samsung monitors are high-range solutions and offer a simply fantastic level of presentation although this has pricing consequences.
The 49-inch version is available for reservation for 1.499 dollars as are the 32 and 27-inch displays that cost 699 dollars and 599 dollars respectively.