Samsung has unveiled the CRG5, it’s new curved gaming display. The new monitor was announced during today’s PC Gaming Show at E3 2019, and comes with several features that are designed to enhance a gamer’s visual experience.
The CRG5 is 27-inch curved VA panel, and has a display curvature of 1500R. On top of that, it also comes with a new lightning-fast refresh rate of 240Hz, courtesy of Samsung’s RapidCurve anti-tearing technology. In terms of resolution, the CRG5 has a maximum display resolution of Full HD (1920 x 1080).
The monitor is also G-Sync compatible, having been ratified by NVIDIA for meeting the GPU brand’s performance and image quality requirement for G-Sync compatibility. Unfortunately, the CRG5’s display does not seem to feature Samsung’s Quantum Dot technology.
Design-wise, the CRG5’s display sports an near edge-to-edge design, and comes with a contrast ratio of 3000: 1. and comes with an angled stand and a tilt between -2 degrees and 15 degrees.
Price-wise, the Samsung CRG5 will retail for US$399 (~RM1661) and will be made available from this July onwards. At the time of writing, no local pricing or availability was mentioned.