32" QLED Gaming Monitor C32HG70QQE with richer and clear gameplay

LC32HG70QQEXXY
32" QLED Gaming Monitor C32HG70QQE with richer and clear gameplay is rated 3.5 out of 5 by 46.
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Colors Redefined as Never before

Redefine your gaming experience

Dazzling detail in wider view

Dazzling detail in wider view

Curved to pull you in

Curved to pull you in

1,800 R

Screen Curvature

A new reality, in perfect detail.

Add the ultimate visual experience to your gaming machine with the world's first QLED gaming monitor, an innovative blend of HDR and Samsung’s new metal quantum dot technology.

A new reality, in perfect detail.

Experience QLED Gaming Monitor

The World's First HDR QLED Gaming Monitor

Experience QLED Gaming Monitor

Colours Redefined as Never before

New Metal Quantum dot

Samsung QLED delivers purer, brighter, and more lifelike colours — especially reds and greens. And Samsung’s new Metal QD technology ensures long lasting, natural colours, whether you’re gaming or working in applications where colour accuracy is critical.

Colours Redefined as Never before

Blackened blacks, brightened lights

High Dynamic Range

The CHG70 QLED gaming monitor is the first of its kind coming with HDR support that delivers a large range of luminance levels. It renders dark areas darker and bright areas brighter for clear, detailed images.

Blackened blacks, brightened lights

Dazzling detail in wider view

WQHD Resolution

With a pixel density approximately 1.7 times higher than Full HD, the CHG70 delivers game scenes and characters in captivating detail, giving you a panoramic view of the whole battlefield so you can spot your enemy sneaking up on you from any corner.

Dazzling detail in wider view

Curved to pull you in

1,800R Curvature

Designed to meet your everyday gaming needs, the CHG70 features an 1,800R curvature that gives you the feeling of being pulled in and wrapped around in your gaming world.

Curved to pull you in

Uninterrupted, flaw-free gaming

Refresh rate 144 Hz

The rapid 144 Hz screen refresh rate minimises image lag and motion blur for smooth gaming, while the 60 Hz/120 Hz settings let you optimise monitor performance and on-screen display, without having to change it each time in the display setting menu.

Uninterrupted, flaw-free gaming

Pour light on the thrill of gaming

Arena Lighting

The CHG70’s Arena Lighting projects a pulsating lightshow on to a wall behind the monitor, adding extra atmosphere to your gameplay.

Pour light on the thrill of gaming

Get the real gaming vibes

OSD dashboard

With Samsung’s OSD dashboard menu optimally tailored for gamers, you can have a full view of key game settings at a glance and use shortcut keys to change the settings the way you want them.

Get the real gaming vibes
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Multiple ports at work

The CHG70 has a DisplayPort and 2 HDMI ports, providing a multiple connection interface that lets you hook up PCs, game consoles, additional monitors, and other devices with ease, all to meet your multi-tasking needs.

Multiple ports at work
  • 1,800 R Screen Curvature
  • 16:9 Aspect Ratio
  • 350 cd/m² Brightness (Typical)
  • 3,000:1 (Typ), 2,400:1 (Min) Contrast Ratio Static
  • 2,560 x 1,440 Resolution
  • 1 (MPRT) Response Time
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This monitor is great This monitor is amazing. I love how bright it gets and the picture is great
Date published: 2018-06-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Insane quality for the price This monitor has insane color accuracy really close to IPS and very deep blacks. I compared it to my old 1080p TN panel and the old one looks so washed out and weird brightness. No dead or stuck pixels whatsoever I ran a few tests on it, mine came with very warm colors I just set it to 7500K on Radeon settings and everything looks normal with really pure whites. Also this support 10 bit color!! Forget those banding you get on 8 bit.
Date published: 2018-11-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Xbox one X / PUBG I got this yesterday and followed a youtube setup to dial it in and all I can is wow. The HDR is a game changer. On my 4K TV that I use to play on I would encounter dark shadows and extremely dark rooms inside of buildings. Not anymore. I'm able to see in rooms and peek into buildings so easily now. Must have for serious or even weekend warriors
Date published: 2018-11-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from The best you can get, but be aware of QC For the price, this is the best Gaming monitor you can get. 32-inch curve? Check High resolution? Check High refresh rate? Check HDR? Check Freesync (Adaptive sync)? Check The great thing about this monitor is this is the only affordable HDR600 certified Freesync 2 monitor on the market. This is the first HDR monitor for me, and I gotta say, it improves the gaming experience so much, that I will never go back. Also, this monitor is one of the few Freesync 2 certified monitors on the market, so games that support Freesync 2 (currently RE2 Remake and Farcry 5), you will have such a great experience.
Date published: 2019-03-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Gaming Its been probably nearly 10 years since I bought my last Samsung monitor, and this monitor makes me remember why I pay a bit extra for this brand. This thing is nothing short of excellent. I had a friend over to play a bit with Assassins Creed Odyssey, and he was stunned that it was only 2k. The level of detail in games is incredible.
Date published: 2018-10-14
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Defective Feature? Hello all, The main source of my digital entertainment comes from my Xbox One X. In July of 2017, I bought the new Samsung 32" CHG70 Gaming Monitor with Quantum Dot and at the time an Xbox One S. I dont know if the monitor has always been like this but one day while watching a TV show on Netflix, I noticed the screen lighting was very dark but I didnt know if it was always like that or if it had just happened before my eyes. I went into the settings and upon doing so the screen turned off for a second (which I think is for the HDR to deactivate) and then the lighting was back to normal and looked normal. When you go into an app or game thats supports HDR, the TV recognizes it, activates HDR and then BOOM, dimmed screen. So I go into settings, turn off "Allow HDR". Lighting is fixed across all games and apps but then there is no HDR. Side Note: Sometimes in that second of the screen flickering on/off to activate the HDR, there is a split second where the lighting is normal, the HDR is activated, it looks so perfect and so Vibrant and then it goes all dark. Also I now have an Xbox One X and these problems still occur. Is my monitor defective?
Date published: 2018-10-05
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Great monitor until the sleep issue pops up Great monitor, wonderful picture. However, after about a year and a half the monitor begins to exhibit issues waking back up from sleep. The screen will have vertical lines and various artifacts. You can sometimes vaguely see the picture behind the artifacts. Monitor menu using the jog stick is completely non-functional afterwards. Generally 10 or so powercycles will cause the issue to go away. Have checked with support multiple times and no update has addressed the issue. This appears to be a common issue judging from reviews here and elsewhere.
Date published: 2019-06-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best I've ever had! I've been using this monitor for a couple months now, so I feel I can give an honest review. The colors are a little more muted than I expected. I expected the colors to be very bright with a high contrast, similar to other gaming monitors, but I find them to be a little more muted, meaning maybe slightly faded looking? This could be seen as a good thing though, as the screen isn't so bright to hurt your eyes after hours of gaming. I was a bit hesitant about the curved screen, as I've never used a curved screen for gaming, but I'll say I find the curve to make the gaming experience more immersive. It's as if you're closer without being physically closer. The colors and brightness I mentioned are miniscule with respect to this monitor as a whole. The picture is crystal clear, and I have zero problems with refresh rate. I look forward to gaming even more when using this screen, and the setup looks very professional. The ONLY thing I wish this screen had that I've seen on other screens is the option to add a hip fire dot in the center.
Date published: 2019-04-09
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