Samsung C32H711 31.5" 16:9 Curved LCD Monitor

Samsung C32H711 31.5" 16:9 Curved LCD Monitor

Samsung C32H711 31.5" 16:9 Curved LCD Monitor

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Product Highlights

  • 31.5" Curved VA Display
  • HDMI & Mini DisplayPort Inputs
  • 2560 x 1440 Resolution
  • 3,000:1 Contrast Ratio
  • 300 cd/m² Brightness
  • 178°/178° Viewing Angles
  • 4 ms Response Time (GtG)
  • 16.7 Million Color Supported
  • 1800R Curvature
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Display Size: 31.5"

31.5" 27"
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Price:  $469.99

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  • 1Description

With Quantum Dot technology, the C32H711 31.5" 16:9 Curved LCD Monitor from Samsung offers enhanced color quality. This display also features an 1800R curvature designed to mimic the curvature of the human eye for enhanced viewing comfort while the 360° design includes reduced size bezels, an ergonomic stand, and space to keep cables from cluttering up your work space.

Setup and configuration of this Samsung display is simple as it comes equipped with both HDMI and DisplayPort inputs. Once configured users can take advantage of the WQHD 2560 x 1440 resolution, which offers enhanced picture quality while the 3,000:1 contrast ratio and 4 ms response time provide a more dynamic picture with reduced ghosting.

Samsung has included a variety of display features to further enhance the viewing experience. With AMD FreeSync technology the reduced response time is backed up by the ability to sync your monitor with compatible AMD graphics cards to reduce tearing and stuttering when playing fast moving games. In addition to AMD FreeSync, the C32H711 display also comes equipped with Eye Saver Mode and Flicker-Free technology built right in to the display to help alleviate the strain placed on your eyes during periods of extended viewing.

Samsung Quantum Dot
Samsung's advanced Quantum Dot display provides rich, vivid colors to bring movies, sports broadcasts, live-streamed gaming, and more to life. Multi-coated semiconductor particles ensure long-lasting image quality, while Samsung's unique cadmium-free technology is harmless to the environment.
More Detail, More Space
With up to 1.7 times the pixel density of Full HD, WQHD not only delivers detailed, sharp images, it also creates a wider workspace that lets you view more of documents and webpages onscreen with less need to scroll or zoom.
Total Immersion
Designed to wrap around your field of vision and draw you deeper into onscreen movie and gaming action, Samsung's 1800R curved screen delivers a truly immersive viewing experience.
Eye Saver Mode
By minimizing blue light emissions that cause eyestrain, Eye Saver Mode alleviates eye fatigue and provides a comfortable viewing experience.
Flicker-Free
Samsung's Flicker Free technology minimizes distracting screen flicker to let you work and play for longer in greater comfort.
360° Design
The CH711 Curved Monitor conceals cables in its rear panel and stand for a stylish look from all sides, while 3-sided bezeless display enhances its slender profile and offers a seamless viewing experience.
Smoother Gaming
With AMD FreeSync technology you'll enjoy smooth gameplay in any kind of action. Additionally, Game Mode lets you select screen settings optimized for different game genres to ensure you see darker areas in more detail.
Deeper Blacks
Samsung's advanced VA panel technology minimizes light leakage across the entire screen, even at the corners, and delivers a 3000:1 contrast ratio for deeper blacks and more brilliant whites in the very darkest and brightest of scenes.
UPC: 887276190730
In the Box
Samsung C32H711 31.5" 16:9 Curved LCD Monitor
  • HDMI Cable
  • Limited 1-Year Warranty
  • Table of Contents
    • 1Description
    Screen Size 31.5" / 80.0 cm
    Resolution 2560 x 1440
    Response Time 4 ms (GtG)
    Aspect Ratio 16:9
    Viewing Angles (H/V) 178°/178°
    Panel Type VA
    Curvature 1800R
    Colors Supported 16.7 million
    Brightness Typical
    300 cd/m²
    Min
    250 cd/m²
    Refresh Rate 60 Hz
    Contrast Ratio 3,000:1 (typical)
    Interface 1 x HDMI 1.4
    1 x Mini DisplayPort 1.2
    Tilt Yes
    Power Adapter External
    OS Support Windows 7, 8, 8.1, and 10 (32/64-bit)
    Supported Languages Dutch, English, Spanish, French, Italian, Hungarian, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Swedish, Turkish, Korean, Chinese (simplified)
    Dimensions Not specified by manufacturer
    Weight Not specified by manufacturer
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 21.0 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 31.0 x 23.25 x 11.5"
    C32H711 31.5" 16:9 Curved LCD Monitor is rated 3.3 out of 5 by 3.
    Rated 2 out of 5 by from I expect more from a 2017 model I had my eye on this monitor for a couple months before it was released. I wanted a monitor to replace my Sony KDL-40R510C 40 1080p TV that I was using as my primary computer monitor. My reasons for choosing this monitor were simple: - 1440p resolution allows more workspace for video editing as well as arranging windows comfortably. - Both my Sony (2015) and Samsung (2016, curved-type) TVs are VA-type panels and both produce excellent contrast and color. - My curved 65 Samsung TV has good brightness uniformity so I expected a curved monitor to be the same. - My 40 Sony TV felt too big on my computer desk so this one seemed like just the right size while giving me more real estate to work on. - My 40 Sony TV has a slight amount of input lag that I can feel when moving the mouse that is livable but still a bit annoying. Computer monitors should not have noticeable input lag. To understand why I don't like it, I need to explain what I was expecting as this is a VA panel. VA panels like my Sony and Samsung TVs both have: - Decent viewing angles with minimal color shift and reasonable contrast shift. - Rich colors that remind me of good-quality CRTs. - Deep blacks when viewed from a normal angle. - Reasonable response time with typical levels of ghosting and blur. Now, here is what really gripes me about this monitor to the point that I decided to return it after just 2 days of taking it out of the box, turning it on, and going through all the menu options: - Very picky viewing angle: the contrast and black level shift greatly when slightly adjusting your viewing position up or down. While the colors don't invert like a TN panel, everything washes out from an angle normally tolerable (in my experience) with VA panels. The elevation must be dead-on eye level or else the top or bottom will wash out. - Poor contrast: they advertise 3000:1 static contrast ratio but the level of contrast I got out of this looked more like a normal TN. I went through all the menu settings and could not improve upon this. I put on a contrast test pattern and found that the default setting of 75 is the highest it will go before clipping the signal. - No backlight control: there is only a brightness control that adjusts the backlight level. The black level is fixed and the cutoff point cannot be adjusted. The default is WAY too bright and the blacks are very gray. I turned it down to 0 and the blacks were still too gray. - Bad gamma: the dark tones are way too visible like on a normal computer monitor, making footage look overly grainy and washed out when those details are not normally visible. It may be showing more detail, but it does not look right. - Color looked weird: having come from the rich, deep colors of my VA-panel TVs, I expected a similar look from this monitor. I was wrong. While the color saturation is much better than a TN monitor, the blue of the Windows 10 background looked way off compared with my Sony and Samsung TVs. Both of those showed the blue as a rich, deep blue while this monitor showed it as a more washed out blue with some green in it. Also the red seemed too strong. Solid white looked fine until comparing it to my Samsung TV where the white on the TV looked much more crisp. The difference was obvious dragging an empty window from one to the other. - Response-time issues: the advertised response time is normal, but I saw some weird ghosting where there would be a black trail behind a window or mouse cursor moving against the blue background. My Sony and Samsung TVs do not do this. - Matte finish: I expected the screen to be more glossy like a typical VA TV, but the screen instead is a matte finish which may be contributing to the lack-luster color performance. Overall I am extremely disappointed with this monitor, especially considering how new it is and the price! I now have to go through the hassle of finding a shipping container for it as it shipped in the manufacturer's packaging. I don't know what to use now for my main computer monitor either, as it seems there are issues with every other option. There is no such thing as the perfect screen: - CRT: excellent performance in color, contrast, black level, viewing angle, and absolutely no input lag or ghosting, but too bulky, heavy, power inefficient, limited screen size and limited resolution. - TN: reasonable viewing angle for contrast, low input lag, low levels of ghosting, low cost, options for high refresh rates, but poor color accuracy and lower contrast. - VA: deep black, rich color, good contrast, reasonable ghosting, good color viewing angle, but typically has tunnel effect with brightness being higher in the direct line of view. - IPS: excellent rich and accurate color, reasonable ghosting, and good color viewing angle, but poor contrast and washed-out blacks - OLED: perfect blacks, amazing contrast, excellent color, tends to have lower ghosting, excellent viewing angles for color and brightness but degrades over time, burns in quickly, and way too expensive. The perfect monitor would have all the benefits of a CRT while being thin and lightweight. How come no such technology has been made?
    Date published: 2017-07-14
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from Looks great but has poor resolution at least with MacBook Pro 13" I will preface with saying I had planned on buying a 27" monitor. Ended up getting the 32". Not sure if it is just too big for using for working on documents etc and would be better suited for gaming despite not sold as a gaming monitor where you might be positioned further away from the screen. For reference I have almost 2ft between center of monitor and my eyes. I have exhausted all options to optimize resulution both via Macbook System Preferences/Display and the Samsung Monitor 'JOG Button'. I was able to tweak the sharpness to where it is decent but not acceptable for a $400+ monitor in my opinion. I have used my new MacBook Pro Retina display for a few weeks. Could be that am used to the immense clarity of it and need more time to adjust to a 'regular' monitor. I am also currently using an iMac 27" desktop with Retina and also have an iMac 21" that is older with no Retina but yet has better resolution sharpness than this Samsung Curved monitor. I will update my review in another few days if I decide to keep this monitor.
    Date published: 2018-04-16
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great monitor for the price! Super happy with this having snagged it for under $400. The curve is quick to adjust to and the display is so nice.
    Date published: 2017-12-11
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