With perhaps the most flexible stand of any gaming monitor on the market and a sleek design, Samsung's 27-inch curved CFG70 screen certainly stands out. For a first attempt at bringing quantum dot technology into the gaming monitor market, it's not a bad attempt. But while there's much to like, there's also some key flaws - some of which might be deal-breakers.
Tagged With cfg70
Given that Samsung was one of the first companies to start offering a 120Hz mode on their LCD monitors, it's a bit weird to hear the company talk about entering the gaming monitor market for the first time. But semantics aside, Samsung is here, and it's bringing its quantum dot technology from its TV line with it.
"Quantum Dot". I know it sounds like a TV show where a guy jumps backwards through time, taking over the bodies of other people and helping them with the grammar and punctuation, but it's a real technology. Honest. In fact, Samsung was one of the first off the mark to integrate quantum dots into its displays, which now includes computer monitors with the announcement of the curved, 24-inch CFG70.