If you're fond of the Samsung CF791 but find its $950 price tag a bit much, maybe check out one of Samsung's new curved business monitors. The CH711 series includes a 32" model and a 27" model, both bearing a fairly typical 1800R curvature. We're not sure exactly what type of business benefits from a curved monitor with FreeSync, but perhaps that's Samsung's way of saying that these monitors are high-end offerings with only some of the features and cost trimmed away.
What's left behind is a pair of identical-looking 2560x1440 monitors using Samsung's SVA panels and quantum-dot LED backlights. Both displays specify a 4-ms response time, 3000:1 static contrast ratio, and typical brightness of 300 cd/m². Refresh rates displays cap out at 60 Hz.
Those specifications paint a pretty picture for these monitors', uh, picture. Your news writer here has a Samsung CFG70 QDLED SVA monitor with most of the same specifications and can vouch for its glorious color and rich contrast. You can hook a computer up to the CH711s with Mini-DisplayPort or HDMI inputs. The CH711 monitors haven't hit e-tail yet, and there's yet no word about pricing.
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