Samsung 34” curved monitor ultra WQHD to debut at CES 2015

Samsung 34 inch curved monitor ultra WQHD S34E790

Samsung 34 inch curved monitor ultra WQHD S34E790

Samsung has released its 34” ultra-wide curved monitor that is going to debut at CES 2015. Samsung SE790C ultra-wide quad high definition curved monitor has resolution of 3440×1440 pixels with a 21:9 aspect ratio for immersive panoramic viewing experience. The curved screen TV boasts a contrast ratio of 3000:1 with support for 16.7 million colors which is quite impressive. The curved screen has been designed in such a way that it is same as the curve of human eye for a distortion-free viewing experience sans any eye-strain.

Samsung 34 inch curved monitor ultra WQHD S34E790

The curvature of the screen creates illusion of 3D viewing and also makes the display look bigger than the flat display of the same size. To match the ultra-high-definition quality of the TV, Samsung has equipped it with dual 7-watt stereo speakers. The TV will come in high gloss black design and the adjustable arched T-shape stand will give it a very trendy look.

Samsung 34 inch curved monitor ultra WQHD S34E790

Samsung 34” curved monitor ultra WQHD S34E790 will surely please the buyers with its cinematic experience. To top it off the display is compatible with Mac and Windows OS which lends it multitasking capabilities to increase productivity. There is no word yet on the pricing or availability of this curved screen display by Samsung, but at CES 2015 it is surely going to be revealed.

Samsung 34 inch curved monitor ultra WQHD S34E790

Samsung 34 inch curved monitor ultra WQHD S34E790

Samsung 34 inch curved monitor ultra WQHD S34E790

Source: Samsung

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