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Samsung CRG5 Curved Gaming Monitor Launched In The USA

The Samsung CRG5 Gaming Monitor Comes With A Price Tag OF $ 399.99.

Samsung CRG5 Curved Gaming Monitor has launched in the USA. The Samsung CRG5 comes with Nvidia G-Sync Support and 27-inch VA (vertical alignment) panel.

According to the SamMobile, it has launched at E3 2019 the annual gaming expo which was held at Los Angeles. The new curved gaming monitor can boasts of 240Hz refresh rate, and it also supports Nvidia’s G-Sync technology. As well as, it will go on sale globally in Q3 2019. Let’s check out the specifications, features, and price of Samsung CRG5 Curved Gaming Monitor.

Specifications of Samsung CRG5 Gaming Monitor

The Samsung CRG5 has a curved a 27-inch VA panel with a Full HD resolution as well as it also has a 1500R display curvature. Moreover, It also has a 16:9 aspect ratio and a resolution of 1080×1920 pixels. The monitor is providing an immersive gaming experience with a 178-degree viewing angle. The Samsung CRG5 Gaming Monitor is also Windows 10 certified and support by Nvidia G-Sync. The device comes with a  240Hz refresh rate and a reasonably quick 4ms gray-to-gray pixel response time. Samsung also promises a 3000:1 contrast ratio, and a peak brightness of 300 nits.

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For the connectivity, the Samsung CRG5 curved gaming monitor has a Display Port 1.2, two HDMI 2.0 ports and a dedicated 3.5mm audio jack. Besides that, the Samsung CRG5 monitor has included some extra features such as Eye Saver Mode, and as well as various game modes like FPS, RTS, RPG, AOS, Cinema, and DCR.

The Executive Vice President of the Visual Display Business at Samsung Electronics Seog-Gi Kim Said, “Samsung’s delivering next-level gaming experiences with innovative curved displays using the latest graphics technology to immerse gamers like never before,” The Samsung CRG5 Gaming Monitor comes in the USA with a price tag of $ 399.99.

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