Amid dwindling demand and a backlog of LCD units, Samsung will let go of all LCD production by the end of 2020. One of the existing factories will be converted to build quantum dot screens.
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Four days ahead of IFA 2018, Samsung has launched 34-, 43-, and 49-inch QLED Quantum Dot monitors, the first of which features single cable Thunderbolt 3 connectivity for data, display, and power.
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The curved display includes Samsung's QLED Quantum Dot technology, along with HDR support, and AMD Radeon FreeSync 2, and 'Double Full HD' resolution, with 144Hz refresh rate and 1ms response time.
Samsung has announced that it plans to introduce new Quantum Dot monitors at CES 2017 next week, aimed primarily at gamers. The company promises excellent visuals with the curved monitors.
Despite all the negative news for Samsung lately, the company is still producing excellent technology. Samsung's new CFG70 monitors are some of the best displays you'll find on the market in 2016.