Samsung launches world’s fastest LCD monitor - Sub 8 millisecond response time makes the 913N perfect for gamers!
- 26 November, 2004 10:48
<p>SYDNEY: 24 November, 2004 – Samsung Electronics, the world’s leading manufacturer of computer monitors has once again raised the bar in LCD. With a super response time speed of sub-8 milliseconds, the 913N is the fastest monitor in the world. This breakthrough technology will enhance users’ lives like never before when playing fast computer games and watching DVDs.</p>
<p>The Samsung 913N monitor also excels in performance. The monitor provides a clear and sharp image with its outstanding Contrast Ratio of 800:1, its brightness 300cd/㎡ and a wide viewing angle of 160 degrees) offering maximum resolution of 1,280 by 1,024 pixels.</p>
<p>IImproving an LCD monitor’s refresh rate is one of the most important advancements that can be made in LCD technology,” said Joe Serra, Market Development Manager, IT, Samsung Australia. “This proves LCD monitors are now a force to be reckoned with when playing the fastest of computer games or watching a high speed car chase on a DVD. Ghosting, blurring and jagged pixel effects are now a thing of the past!”</p>
<p>“We believe it’s also an important differentiator in the corporate market. Features such as height adjustment and narrow bezel come standard now, so technology advancements like faster refresh rates will be what IT managers call for”.</p>
<p>Samsung is a major sponsor of the World Cyber Games, the world’s largest global event for the gaming world. By launching the 913N Samsung is extending its support to the Australian gaming community and is committed to driving the industry with cutting edge technologies.</p>
<p>As well as being super fast, the Samsung 913N has a host of other special features that sets it apart from the competition. With MagicTune users can easily modify and configure the monitor’s display with their PC mouse, for the highest quality and most flexible image solution available anywhere. MagicTune enables the monitor to have an uncluttered look revealing a stylish and simple front view.</p>
<p>This monitor also features MagicBright, which allows users to optimize the monitor for specific usage. Whether it be text, Internet or entertainment, MagicBright ensures users have the ideal settings that take full advantage of what the Samsung 913N monitor has to offer.</p>
<p>Notes to Editors</p>
<p>Samsung LCD Monitor, Model: 913N RRP: $TBC Available: December 2004</p>
<p>· Viewable area: 19"
· Pixel Pitch: 0.294 mm
· Brightness: 300cd/㎡
· Contrast Ratio: 800:1
· Viewing Angle: 160 degrees in all directions
· Response Time: sub 8ms
· Built in Power, MagicTuneTM, MagicBrightTM, Safe Mode (Down scaling up to UXGA)</p>
<p>About Samsung Electronics</p>
<p>Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd. is a global leader in semiconductor, telecommunication, digital media and digital convergence technologies with 2003 parent company sales of US$36.4 billion and net income of US$5.0 billion. Employing approximately 88,000 people in 89 offices in 46 countries, the company consists of six main business units: Corporate Technology Operations, Digital Appliance Business, Digital Media Business, LCD Business, Semiconductor Business and Telecommunication Network Business. Recognized as one of the fastest growing global brands, Samsung Electronics is the world's largest producer of color monitors, color TVs, memory chips, TFT-LCDs and VCRs. For more information, visit www.samsung.com</p>
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