Samsung released two ultra HD displays featuring AMD's FreeSync technology. The U24E590D is a 23.6-inch 16:9 PLS panel with a 4 ms response time and 178-degree viewing angle. The panel is rated for 300 cd/m2 brightness and a 1000:1 contrast ratio.
The U28E590D uses a 28-inch 16:9 TN panel with a 1 ms response time and a slightly slimmer 170-degree viewing angle. This model has a somewhat brighter 370 cd/m2 display and has the same 1000:1 contrast ratio. Samsung said this version supports a larger color gamut with 1 billion unique colors.
Both displays have the same feature lists: Magic Bright, UHD Upscale, Eco Saving Plus, PIP 2.0 and Easy Setting Box, as well as Eye-Saver Mode, Flicker Free mode, FreeSync and Game mode.
Samsung has also opted to include the same inputs for both models. The monitors will have two HDMI ports and one DisplayPort. One of the HDMI ports carries the 2.0 spec and is therefore capable of 4K @ 60 Hz with one cable.
The 28-inch U28E590D is available now with a suggested price tag of $600, and the 24-inch U24E590D will sell for $400 and is expected to be available by July 26.