Samsung took the wraps off a 34" ultra-wide curved monitor. Sporting the model number SE790C, the Korean giant's latest creation will make an appearance in its massive exhibition booth during CES 2015
Samsung SE790C "ultra-wide quad high definition."The monitor's resolution is 3,440 x 1,440 pixels, which result in 21:9 aspect ratio. The manufacturer boasts that the device offers the best-in-class static contrast ratio of 3,000:1.
The curved design of the monitor follows the natural curve of the human's eye. The end result is distortion-free experience with superb viewing angles and less eye strain. The curvature also creates a 3D-like effect that makes the monitor seem bigger than a flat display with the same size.
Samsung has equipped the newcomer with additional features such as Picture-in-Picture and Picture-by-Picture. The latter allows users to view content from two connected devices simultaneously.
LG wants to take a step forward with curved TV, as the technology now allows it, LG will be showcasing the World's first 21:9 curved IPS TV monitor at the IFA 2014 in Berlin at the beginning of September. This is a new monitor that features ultra-wide 21:9 aspect ratio and comes with a curved IPS panel. Its size is about 34".
The monitor should provide remarkable picture quality, its maker says. It has 3440×1440 resolution, which, if we go by vertical pixels alone, could actually be called "Quad HD" as LG does. The new monitor, which has the model number 34UC97, supports Thunderbolt 2 for high-speed data connections, and allows multiple devices to be daisy chained together. It's even got a 7W MaxxAudio stereo speaker system built-in.