The Consumer Electronics Show is a big deal. It’s a show where a lot of really cool stuff gets showcased by all kinds of companies — big and small. But, not everything that gets showcased there will make it to our region.
That’s why Samsung‘s decided to host what I’d like to call a mini-CES here in the Southeast Asian region — only it’s all Samsung products, obviously. It’s called the Samsung Southeast Asia and Oceanic Forum and this year, they’ve got quite a few interesting things to showcase — most of which can be controlled by Samsung’s Smart Home app..
Samsung has always been very proud of their Quantum Dot display technology and for good reason — the panels do look awesome. In the past, this technology has been limited to the company’s television screens — notably their flagship TVs — but now they’re also bringing that technology into their monitors.
Meet the Samsung CFG70, the company’s first Quantum Dot curved monitor targetted at gamers. First impressions? It’s got a lot going for it.
We’ve heard of HD TVs. We’ve heard of UHD TVs. But what on earth is an SUHD TV? It doesn’t have more pixels than a regular UHD TV, so why does it have an “S” badge then? Well apparently there are three things that an SUHD TV from Samsung has, that a regular UHD TV doesn’t. One of them is something called a Quantum Dot display.
Here’s everything you need to know about Samsung’s SUHD TV standard.
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