Samsung's QD Display monitors and TVs are now SGS Pro Gaming Verified and Eye Care certified
The 34-inch Alienware AW3423DW monitor has now launched in the US market. Now, the OEM can tout it as a gaming peripheral that is eye-friendly as well as "stutter-free" during gaming. Samsung, the maker of the cutting-edge quantum dot (QD) display tech that adds to the new Dell monitor's sky-high price, has announced that it has secured SGS Pro Gaming Verified and Eye Care Display certifications.
To this end, SGS claims to have proven that QD Display monitors can indeed achieve refresh rates of 175Hz, whereas the impending wave of TVs with the same new layer can go up to 144Hz. The group has also reportedly endorsed the OEM's claims of a 0.1 millisecond (ms) gray-to-gray (GtG) response speed, as well as a black-to-white response speed of 0.01ms.
In fact, Samsung now asserts that QD Display has achieved SGS' highest Pro Gaming Verified level ("Platinum"), having met the independent testing firm's highest standards in terms of light-leakage, viewing angles and color. Finally, QD Display's blue light emissions were found to be under 11.5%, and, thus, eligible for the SGS Eye Care Display rating.
Therefore, these are the kind of buzzword that are probably coming along with the marketing onslaught for the next QD-OLED-equipped product set to launch soon.