Samsung today announced the launch of two new Ultra HD monitors that come with AMD’s FreeSync technology. These new monitors, the U24E590D and U28E590D, were actually unveiled by Samsung at its Future of Compute event and they’ve just gone on sale today. The U28E590D will be available for purchase right away whereas the U24E590D will go on sale next month.


The U24E590D and U28E590D come in at 24 inch and 28 inch respectively with 4K Ultra HD 3,840×2,160 pixel resolution and 370cd/m2 brightness with support for 60 Hz frequency. Both monitors feature Game Mode technology, 1000:1 contrast ratio, HDMI 2.0, an HDMI 1.0 port and a DisplayPort 1.2.

Samsung U28E590D UHD monitor also has a TN panel with 1ms response time and 16.7 million colors whereas the 24 inch model has a PLS panel with 4ms response time.

As previously mentioned these monitors feature AMD’s FreeSync technology which synchronizes the monitors’ refresh rates in order to mitigate large jumps in the frame time which results in a much more smoother viewing experience.

AMD’s FreeSync technology will certainly be appreciated by gamers who will notice the increase in responsiveness as well as the elimination of shuttering and screen tear.

Samsung U24E590D will go on sale in the United States starting July 26th for $399.99, the U28E590D is readily available for purchase and it carries a price tag of $599.99.

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