Samsung 24" LC24FG70FQUXEN 24" FreeSync 144Hz Curved Gaming Monitor
Curved Gaming Monitor from Samsung Boasts Game Enhancements
Professional Samsung Gaming Monitor with Curved Screen
Push your gaming experience further with this Samsung curved monitor, designed and built for gaming. This 24” 144Hz pro gaming display features a super-fast 1ms response rate, wide viewing angles and a Quantum dot sRGB 125% spectrum. Plus, it utilises Game Modes and a Game Menu, allowing you to get the best from your gaming genre and giving you control over them.
Deeper immersion, greater viewing comfort
The industry-leading 1800R curved screen pulls you into the gaming experience unlike any other monitor. And with Eye Saver mode and Flicker Free technology reducing eye fatigue, you get to play harder and longer in greater comfort.
Visually Clear Contrast
Best in class 3000:1 contrast ratio with minimal light leakage
Samsung’s advanced VA panel technology minimises light leakage across the entire screen and corners and delivers a 3000:1 contrast ratio for deep blacks and brilliant whites in even the darkest and brightest scenes.
True Colour Monitor
Quantum dot technology for a wider range of more realistic colors
Quantum dot technology supports approximately sRGB 125% for a wider range of more accurate colours — especially dark reds and greens — that stay crisp and clear even in bright light. So in any application, from gaming to web browsing or document work, your content comes alive on the screen.
Gamers Monitor Control
Game-style OSD menu and Sound interactive LED Lighting adds to the fun
Bring some extra style to your gaming with the OSD dashboard menu designed to blend seamlessly into game interfaces and the audio-synched Arena Lighting that enhances gameplay with a dynamically pulsing lightshow.
144Hz Refresh Rate
144hz screen refresh rate for flawlessly smooth gaming
Experience flawlessly smooth gameplay with a screen refresh rate of up to 144Hz. You can also select 60Hz, 100Hz or 120Hz to optimise the refresh rate to your game and hardware specs.
Rapid Response Times
The only curved monitor with super-fast 1ms response time
Applying Samsung’s advanced motion blur reduction technology to its superior VA panel, Samsung has succeeded in creating the industry’s first curved monitor with a super-fast response time of 1ms (MPRT) that lets you enjoy unprecedented gaming performance without motion blur across the entire screen.
Every game looks its best with Pre-set Display Game Modes
Factory-calibrated multiple game modes instantly optimise black gamma levels, contrast ratios and sharpness for FPS, RTS, RPG and AOS genres, so you get to see every scene at its best whatever game you play.
Perfectly smooth gameplay with AMD FreeSync
By dynamically synching the screen refresh rate with the image frame rate, AMD FreeSync minimises stutter and ensures perfectly smooth gameplay.
Highly Adjustable Curved Monitor
Solid and ergonomic dual-hinged arm for precision screen positioning
The strong dual-hinge arm designed for the most demanding gaming gives you precise control over how you position the display panel — for the winning edge in any onscreen contest.
|Panel Type||VA (Curved)|
|Adaptive Frame-rate Technology||AMD Freesync|
|Resolution||1920x1080 (Full HD)|
|Response Time||1 ms|
|Viewing Angle||178/178 (°H/°V)|
|Color Bit Depth|
|Power Usage (Switched on)||38 W|
|VESA||75 x 75|
|Monitor Colour||Dark Blue/ Black|
|Dimensions (with stand)||621 x 386 x 550 (WxHxD)|
|Dimensions (without stand)|
|Weight (with Stand)||6.2 kg|
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