Samsung Reveals Latest 1000R ultra-curved monitors

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Samsung is going all out in the curved monitors segment. Just a few weeks ago, the company revealed the monstrous Odyssey monitors at CES. Today, the company has revealed its T55 series of monitors. Offering the same 1000R curvature, these monitors have three variants.

Available at 24-inch, 27-inch, and 32-inch models, the T55 series is Samsung’s curved offering for office and home users. The monitors feature a 75Hz refresh rate with AMD’s FreeSync technology. Some of them even come with TÜV Rhineland’s Eye Comfort certification.

Samsung says that the 1000R will help in providing a better viewing experience. That is because of the fact that it matches the human field of view. The first model, C24T55 features a 24-inch curved VA panel with Full HD resolution, 4ms response time, 250 cd/m² brightness, and 3000:1 contrast ratio. When it comes to connectivity, all the monitors have DisplayPort, D-Sub, HDMI, audio-in, and audio-out ports. All the monitors cover around 119% sRGB, 88% Adobe RGB, and 88% DCI-P3 color spaces.

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The C27T55 features a 27-inch Full HD VA curved screen panel, while the C32T55 features a 32-inch Full HD VA curved screen panel. Both monitors feature 75Hz refresh rate, 4ms response time, 250 cd/m² brightness, and 3000:1 contrast ratio. The monitors also feature AMD FreeSync, VESA Adaptive-Sync, and 5W stereo speakers. The pricing system is yet to be revealed.

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