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Is anyone using this Monitor, or seen it in person..?  It also seems "sold out" everywhere (USA). UK

 

 

Also, how does this panel compare to the new Phillips BDM3275UP..?  ANyone know?

 

 

Samsung U32E850R – FreeSync and Gaming

When it comes to gaming, the first concern will always be input lag. Here, the U32E850R didn’t trip up, returning an average of 9.57ms. This is an impressively low score that’s well below the 30ms point at which it affects your experience.

In addition, FreeSync does a great job of eliminating tearing and stutter, successfully turning our Titanfall session from a ragged-looking mess to a smooth, serene display.

 

As ever, it works only over DisplayPort at the moment and requires a compatible AMD graphics card – but given that includes most of those produced by the company in the last couple of years, you should be good to go.

For Nvidia users FreeSync is of no use, so this monitor’s only gaming feature is its gamma-adjusting game mode. We found it did the job, boosting the visibility of dark areas. It’s a small feature but a welcome one for occasional, more competitive, gaming sessions.


Read more at http://www.trustedreviews.com/samsung-u32e850r-review-image-quality-and-verdict-page-2#XzERwquZIsGPxcTI.99

 

 

Samsung U32E850R 4k:

 

 

 

Press Release:

SEOUL, Korea – MAY 13, 2015 – Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd., has expanded its ultra high-definition (UHD) monitor portfolio to better suit the visual display needs of both entertainment-focused consumers and detail-oriented professionals. The new UE590 and UE850 UHD monitors offer rich picture contrast and rapid response time, creating a more life-like, non-distracting visual experience that simultaneously enhances performance.

 

Available in 23.5- and 28-inch models, the UE590 is most applicable for high-quality entertainment seekers and avid gamers who require immersive visual detail. Alternatively, the UE850’s (23.5-, 28- and 31.5-inch models) improved resolution and dynamic connectivity drive efficiency for professional, creative and analytical tasks. Combined with ergonomic and environmentally-friendly advancements, the UE590 and UE850 monitors deliver a complete, comfortable viewing experience.

 

True-to-life picture quality and image reproduction accuracy are critical to the display experience, improving functionality and productivity, and creating an immersive in-home entertainment experience,”saidSeog-gi Kim, Vice President and Head of the Enterprise Business Team, Visual Display Business, Samsung Electronics. “By addressing the various needs of consumers and professionals, our advanced UE590 and UE850 monitors continue the rapid transition of display technology and digital signage to a new UHD standard.”

 

 

Enhanced Visual Performance

Through the presentation of more than 8 million pixels and four-times the detail clarity of full high-definition (FHD) alternatives, the UE590 and UE850 provide the most accurate image recreation possible.

 

Samsung’s new monitors create a true UHD viewing experience through a host of embedded picture- and game-enhancing functions. The UE590 and UE850 are the only UHD monitors supporting AMD FreeSync technology, which synchronizes the refresh rate of the monitor to the frame rate of a user’s AMD graphic card for a smooth, responsive and tearing-free game. Response times as fast as one millisecond in the 28-inch models also allows gamers to see even the fastest on-screen action clearly and smoothly without motion blur or ghosting, while a 60 Hz refresh rate further eliminates picture choppiness and fosters a smoother, non-distracting viewing environment.

 

 

Versatile Multi-Tasking Connectivity

By offering advanced connectivity, the UHD monitors expand user functionality for greater flexibility and convenience. While both UHD monitors have integrated DisplayPort (DP) and HDMI ports, the 28- and 31.5-inch UE850 business monitors feature a Quad Interface that seamlessly connects with DP 2.1, miniDP, HDMI 2.0 and HDMI 1.4a sources. HDMI 2.0 and DP 2.1 support 4K resolution at 60Hz, which is double the maximum resolution of HDMI 1.4a (4K at 30Hz).

 

The UE850 also comes with four USB 3.0 ports, with two offering super-charging capability. Since the super-charging USBs enable the simultaneous charging of multiple mobile devices that is three times faster than a normal USB 2.0 port, the need for a docking station is eliminated. As a result, professionals can upload and view almost any content type while concurrently charging multiple devices.

 

To promote productivity, the UE590 and UE850 allow users to align on-screen content with their specific viewing needs. A Picture-by-Picture (PBP) mode ensures content can be displayed from two different input sources while maintaining picture quality. Similarly, up to 25 percent of the screen can be repositioned and resized anywhere within the screen using the Picture-in-Picture 2.0 (PiP) mode.

 

 

Display Comfort and Functionality

Improved ergonomic benefits deliver a more comfortable, enjoyable experience for UE590 and UE850 users. The UHD monitors come with VESA-supported wall mounts, and the UE850 further extends viewing capabilities through a height-adjustable stand (HAS) and tilt, pivot and swivel capabilities. Professionals can also maintain aspect ratio consistency when pivoting the UE850 business monitor with a built-in auto on-screen display (OSD) rotation function and auto magic rotation software.

 

Designed for extended periods of screen use, the UE590 and UE850 make the viewing experience less strenuous. Using a unique eye-saver mode, the monitors reduce the harmful effects of blue light on viewers’ eyes and associated eye strain. Similarly, the monitors’ flicker-free function protects viewers’ eyes from the constant strain of flickering screens that can be experienced with standard monitors.

 

 

Eco-Friendly Performance

The UHD monitors reinforce Samsung’s commitment to deliver high-performing technologies in a more sustainable manner. To help businesses conserve energy, resources and costs, the UE850 is constructed using 30 percent recycled plastic and a PVC-free body, while also featuring new energy-conserving technologies. The UE850’s Off Timer Plus function reduces power consumption and enables power-off scheduling, while the Smart Eco-Saving function helps reduce screen brightness for increased energy efficiency. The UE590 comes with similarly powerful Eco-Saving Plus solution.

 

To learn more about Samsung’s complete UHD monitor portfolio, please visit www.samsung.com


Edited by formula m - 8/7/15 at 10:20am
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Here's what I wrote about it on another forum:
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I got one of these recently. A few points:
  • The most important spec for a FreeSync monitor which manufacturers are inexplicably reticent about: VRR range. If I'm interpreting AMD's FreeSync demo correctly, it is 40-60Hz, which I would consider the minimum acceptable (you need to use the panel's "ultimate" setting to get this range, otherwise it's a uselessly narrow 50-60Hz).
  • My sample has pretty bad backlight bleed in one corner.
  • The specified 4ms response time is not realistic. It looks similar to the HP ZR2740w that I replaced with it, which is specified as 12ms. Still, it's not bad for a 60Hz PLS/IPS panel.
  • It has a light AG coating which is perfect, preventing reflections without adding any grain.
  • Colour accuracy and contrast feel about par for PLS/IPS.

It's a good monitor. Picture quality is excellent, FreeSync really works, and I feel that it's a perfect size for 4k (works best with 125% scaling, but 100% text is still readable, and AA is hardly required in games). I would have preferred it if it was curved, and if the VRR range was wider (25-60Hz would be perfect).
post #3 of 7
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Thanks..

 

But I still have not found one for sale in the States. Anyone else get a hold of one of these..?

post #4 of 7
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Anyone get a hold of this Monitor yet..?

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Perfect summary of this monitor from Mr.Evil.I totally agree.Backlight bleed is a issue on mine as well but only noticeable on black backgrounds.I'll live with it.For those interested in getting one I got mine from Provantage.com and they delivered via FedEx.My eyeballs literally screamed in agony until I increased scaling to 125%.I primarily use this for gaming and MGS5 looks great and having Freesync enabled appears to really work.Haven't noticed any tearing yet
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Originally Posted by Mr Evil View Post

Here's what I wrote about it on another forum:

I got one of these recently. A few points:
The most important spec for a FreeSync monitor which manufacturers are inexplicably reticent about: VRR range. If I'm interpreting AMD's FreeSync demo correctly, it is 40-60Hz, which I would consider the minimum acceptable (you need to use the panel's "ultimate" setting to get this range, otherwise it's a uselessly narrow 50-60Hz).
My sample has pretty bad backlight bleed in one corner.
The specified 4ms response time is not realistic. It looks similar to the HP ZR2740w that I replaced with it, which is specified as 12ms. Still, it's not bad for a 60Hz PLS/IPS panel.
It has a light AG coating which is perfect, preventing reflections without adding any grain.
Colour accuracy and contrast feel about par for PLS/IPS.

It's a good monitor. Picture quality is excellent, FreeSync really works, and I feel that it's a perfect size for 4k (works best with 125% scaling, but 100% text is still readable, and AA is hardly required in games). I would have preferred it if it was curved, and if the VRR range was wider (25-60Hz would be perfect).


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Hey, I'd like to know that, has anyone truly gotten 60Hz with this display over HDMI?
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Originally Posted by Lillerinmuna View Post

Hey, I'd like to know that, has anyone truly gotten 60Hz with this display over HDMI?

I validated this with connecting a Roku 4 to the HDMI 2.0 port on the Samsung.Roku recognized the Samsung as a 60Hz capable UHD display. You're going to need a device or graphics card that is HDMI 2.0 compatible.The HDMI 2.0 port on the Samsung is not compliant with HDCP 2.2 content.That can be overcome with certain HDFury devices which I've tested to work on this Samsung monitor.
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