Samsung Unveils Ultra Wide Curved Monitor
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Samsung Unveils Ultra Wide Curved Monitor

Samsung has launched its newest and most advanced curved monitor, model SE790C, that boasts of several key complementary features besides optimized curvature and good picture quality.
Alongside an optimized curvature design, ultra-wide quad high definition (Ultra-WQHD) resolution and a superior contrast ratio, the new 34-inch curved monitor SE790C offers enhanced productivity and entertainment functionality within a sophisticated and ergonomic design, TradeArabia quoted a statement from Samsung.
The new model delivers an enhanced immersive and comfortable viewing experience for multi-media entertainment and multi-tasking, it added.
“All curves are not created equal. Samsung’s SE790C offers an industry-leading and award-winning curvature for a truly immersive, comfortable and differentiating viewing experience,” remarked Seoggi Kim, the senior vice president, Visual Display Business, Samsung Electronics.
“Combined with superior picture quality, productivity and entertainment-enhancing technology features, and design sophistication, our latest curved monitor delivers on our brand promise to push the limits of what display solutions and innovative technology can deliver,” he added.
Of course, it would be insane if that curve would be the only thing Samsung is selling in the SE790C monitor. The quality of the display is definitely one of them.
This 34-incher has a resolution of 3440x1440, giving it an ultra wide aspect ratio of 21:9. In terms of brightness, this one boasts of a 300 cd/m2 figure and a contrast ratio of 3000:1. Viewing angles are also wide at 178 degrees, which goes hand in hand with its curved viewing angles.


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