Featuring 1,800R curvature and an ultrawide 178-degree viewing angle, the CH711 makes content clearly visible wherever you may be in a room. Its ergonomic design also enables viewers to adjust the monitor’s horizontal and vertical positioning for optimal comfort. When combined with nearly 125 percent sRGB color coverage and 2,560 x 1,440 WQHD resolution, the CH711 sets a new standard for detailed color appearance at any distance.
The CH711’s sleek, sophisticated 360-degree design complements any desktop or décor. Its clean, white chassis features a gorgeous three-sided Boundless design, and neatly hides its power and HDMI cables out of sight inside the stand’s neck.
“Today’s multimedia consumers, quite rightly, have high expectations and demand a truly cutting edge, totally immersive experience that realizes the full potential of whatever they are playing or watching,” said Seoggi Kim, Senior Vice President of Samsung Electronics’ Visual Display Business. “This year’s line-up of curved Quantum Dot monitors offers brilliant design, richer color and deeper contrast than ever before. We can’t wait to share them with the world at CES 2017 in Las Vegas.”
Displays of the Future
CES attendees will also get a first glimpse of Samsung’s next wave of high-resolution monitors, scheduled for release in early 2017:
● The 28-inch UH750 monitor combines Samsung’s gamer-friendly features with an ultrafast 1 m/s response time, Quantum Dot picture display and high-quality UHD resolution, all housed within a slim, narrow-bezel design.
● The 23.8 and 27-inch SH850 models deliver WQHD resolution and DP daisy chain connectivity through a flat, three-sided, bezel-less design with a square base and stylish exterior to suit any home or office. The SH850 monitors also feature a height-adjustable stand and pivot, with tilt and swivel capabilities for optimal viewing comfort.
If you're attending CES, you can check out the CH711 at Samsung's booth (#15006) in the Central Hall of the Las Vegas Convention Center. The monitor is scheduled for an early 2017 commercial release.