A Samsung QHD and 4K monitor that can ‘reclaim your space’, a 49” gaming monitor with dual QHD
5120 x 1440 and a 32” curved 4K for content creators.
The Samsung Space Monitor uses a clever desk clamp to reclaim your desk space
It also has a concealed cable design to provide almost unlimited flexibility of monitor angles including fold flat to clear up desk space – in fact, 40% more desk space over a traditional stand mounted monitor.
The 27” model S27R750Q is QHD, 2560 x 1440 with 10-bit colour (1+billion colures), 100% sRGB colour gamut and up to 250 nits brightness.
The 32” model SR32R750U is 4K 3884 x 2160 with similar specs. Neither have inbuilt speakers.
A 49” CRC9 gaming monitor with Dual QHD
It has a 32:9 ratio so
make sure your video card drives it. The Dual QHD Quantum Dot screen has 5120 x
1440 resolution, HDR10, 1000 nits brightness, 120Hz refresh (and Radeon
FreeSync 2), and a 4ms G-t-G.
This is the equivalent
of two 27” monitors side-by-side and can act as separate screens. It has HDMI,
DP and USB-C connectivity.
GadgetGuy reviewed the previous generation 49” monitor declaring “it’s a bloody big monitor.” Gamer Val Quinn and Channel Seven Sunrise GadgetGuy concurs saying, “It is huge, huge I tell you! It is like sitting in front of the Pentagon ‘command and control centre’ where you can see everything.”
A 32” curved 4K for content creators
The new UR59C 32-inch
monitor features a UHD curved display with a 2,500:1 contrast ratio and a full
3840×2160 4K UHD resolution with support for up to one billion colours. The 1500R curvature delivers a truly
immersive experience that shines while creating content and art, watching
videos or gaming while reducing the eye strain typically associated with long
periods of traditional monitor use.
Available in Dark Blue Gray, the UR59C has a super-slim
design, with a depth of only 6.7mm with a fabric-textured rear casing. Its
3-sided bezel-less screen is attached to a slender, yet sturdy V-slim metal stand with a two-prong base that encases cables and reduces its footprint on workspace.