The 3-sided bezel-less screen and slim Y-shaped stand bring the minimalist look in a dual monitor setup
Samsung Bangladesh has recently launched the LS22R350, a 22-inch flat entry-level gaming monitor with stylish bezel-less design and IPS panel in Bangladesh market.
This perfect monitor for gamers and heavy computer users will only cost Tk10,500, said a media release on Saturday.
The 3-sided bezel-less screen and slim Y-shaped stand bring the minimalist look in a dual monitor setup.
The 75Hz refresh rate delivers a more fluid picture, making all the action on display look flawless. Without any lag or ghosting effect, the refresh rate will make the entertainment experience to be smooth.
AMD Radeon Free Sync keeps the monitor and graphics card refresh rate in sync to reduce image tear and stutter. Thus, this helps the users to watch movies and play games without any interruptions, and the fast action scenes will look clear and seamless.
On top of it, the colour settings and image contrast will make the scenes look more vivid, making it easier for gamers to spot the enemies that are hidden in the dark. The Game Mode will adjust any game to fill the screen with every detail in view.
One of the best features of the monitor is that the advanced eye comfort technology will reduce eye strain for more comfortable extended computing.
The flicker-free technology continuously removes tiring and irritating screen flicker, while eye saver mode minimises emitted blue light. With both HDMI and D-sub ports, multiple devices can be plugged straight into the monitor for complete flexibility.
On this occasion, Shahriar Bin Lutfor, head of business, consumer electronics, Samsung Bangladesh said, "This beautifully designed monitor is equipped to surpass the changing content consumption needs of our consumers, in sync with their lifestyle demands."
"With innovative features, the display will put less strain on consumers' eyes, making it to be the perfect monitor for gamers, heavy computer users, and employees who are working from home now," he added.