Samsung will introduce gaming monitors and TVs with HDR10 + Gaming support

Company Samsung is preparing new monitors and televisions for CES 2022. He also wants to target players, so both of these product categories will receive technology support for 2022 HDR10+ Gaming. This will apply to the Neo QLED series, for example with Q70 TVs, these will be models with 4K and 8K resolutions, and some of the company’s new game monitors will also receive this support.

The HDR10 + Gaming standard includes, for example, automatic calibration of the HDR image as intended by the game’s developers. It also requires 4 times higher maximum brightness, VRR technology (FreeSync, G-Sync), low latency mode (ALLM) and also a frequency of 120 Hz.

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For example, Samsung has partnered with Saber Interactive to bring the new format to Redout 2 or Pinball FX, while Game Mechanic Studios will introduce it in Happy Trails and the Kidnapped Princess. As for graphics card drivers, Nvidia should bring HDR10 + Gaming support next year for the GeForce RTX 30xx, 20xx and 16xx series.

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