Samsung Electronics introduces new curved monitors for the masses

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It was in early January this year at the mecca of consumer electronics in Las Vegas, Nevada, where the annual Consumer Electronics Show was held that Samsung seized the opportunity of introducing the Samsung SE790C 34-inch curved PC monitor to the masses, with an asking price of $1,199 a pop – far from being cheap, of course, but this is because the curved monitor itself comes with a whole lot of features and functions quite unlike the standard issue monitor. Having said that, the average consumer might not have such deep pockets to make a purchase like this at their whim and fancy, which could be the reason why the South Korean conglomerate has decided to reveal a trio of new models which have been specially priced to keep you smiling.

As for the models in question, they happen to be the Samsung SE590C, Samsung SE591C and Samsung SE510C monitors, which will arrive in 31.5-inch, 27-inch and 23.6-inch displays, respectively. The Samsung SE591C and Samsung SE510C will feature a 4000R curvature, while the SamsungSE590C will sport a 3000R curvature. Regardless of which particular model that you decide to pick up and bring home (or to the office), all of them will boast of 1080p panels with static contrast ratios of up to 5,000:1.

The SE91C and SE5290C will also come with 5W dual stereo speakers integrated alongside Samsung’s dual sound engine. Samsung claims that there is one “major benefit” of such a new monitor, which would be good news to those who tend to spend hours in front of a monitor each day. Decreased eye fatigue and increased efficiency are the hallmarks of this new monitor family, and Samsung has also thrown in Eye Saver Mode and Flicker Free technology.

Expect the SE590C, SE591C and SE510C to retail for $599.99, $399.99 and $299.99 respectively, which are surely a whole lot more affordable, correct?

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getintomylife.com Says: April 4, 2015 at 5:26 am

I’m not sure I’m ready for a curved tele. I just don’t see the point, other than ‘We can!’ Unless someone can give me the real benefit I think I’ll pass on it.

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