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Samsung's First Ultra High Definiton Monitor Available To Pre-Order

Samsung's First Ultra High Definiton Monitor Available To Pre-Order - Samsung has announced that its UD590 display monitor is now available to pre-order.

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Samsung has announced that customers in the UK are now able to pre-order the UD590 UHD display monitor, which will go on sale exclusively with Overclockers from 1 June 2014. The UD590 will then be available from 15 June from a range of stockists including the Samsung eStore, Currys PC World, Argos, eBuyer and Amazon. 

The UD590 monitor introduces Samsung’s UHD technology, providing four times the resolution of Full HD (FHD) displays. With a response time of 1ms, the UD590 displays movies, games and Internet-streamed content perfectly, without any blurring, for a totally immersive viewing experience.

Each UD590 will be accompanied with a complimentary copy of action-adventure-stealth video game Watch Dogs, from launch date till 31st July 2014. Furthermore, an additional HDMI port is essential to this multimedia monitor, allowing gaming devices and laptops to be connected to one monitor at the same time.

Phil Gaut, Display Director, Samsung UK and Ireland said: "We are continuing to add more innovative solutions to our display range to meet the individual needs of the market. Our first ultra-high definition monitor, the UD590, highlights Samsung’s focus on delivering the best technology possible direct to consumers. We are excited to announce that the monitor is available to pre order now and will be on sale from the start of June, initially with our exclusive retail partner Overclockers and then with our wider retail partners later in June".

For more information take a look at the Samsung website.
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GarethRobinson 11 1.0k 2 United Kingdom
29 May 2014 12:41PM
argh a tn panel no use for photo editing, so not much use to photographers. Make it IPS at same price and it would be on my desk.

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JackAllTog Plus
9 5.0k 58 United Kingdom
29 May 2014 3:15PM
Other sites say about 420 and 3840 x 2160 pixels in a 28" body. Shame its no meeting Garth's point.

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