Samsung to focus on Quantum Dot offerings at CES 2017

Samsung Electronics has revealed that it will introduce its CH711 Quantum Dot curved monitor this week at CES 2017.

The CH711 will be available in 27-in and 31.5-in models. The monitor features a 1,800R curvature and an ultrawide 178-degree viewing angle for viewing content anywhere in a room. It offers nearly 125 percent sRGB colour coverage and 2,560 x 1,440 WQHD resolution. Its white chassis features a three-sided Boundless design, and hides its power and HDMI cables out of sight inside the stand’s neck.

Samsung’s recently released CFG70 and CF791 Quantum Dot curved monitors will also be showcased at CES, alongside its next generation of high-resolution monitors, scheduled for release in early 2017. Its 28-in UH750 monitor combines offers a 1 m/s response time, Quantum Dot picture display and high-quality UHD resolution, housed within a slim, narrow-bezel design.

The manufacturer’s 23.8-in and 27-in SH850 models will additionally be on display, providing WQHD resolution and DP daisy chain connectivity through a flat, three-sided, bezel-less design with a square base. It furthermore features height-adjustable stand and pivot, with tilt and swivel capabilities for optimal viewing.

Samsung will release the CH711 Quantum Dot curved monitor in Q1 of this year. The company will also highlight its Q9 series of OLED televisions at CES - featuring Quantum Dot technology and edge-lit dimming - which are flat this year rather than curved.

Samsung will exhibit at CES at booth #15006 in the Central Hall. This year’s event takes place from January 5 to 8, 2017 at the Las Vegas Convention Centre in Las Vegas.

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