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Computers are already an inherent part of our lives, whether at home or at work. Today, we are going to talk about the Samsung monitor and how using one can elevate your PC experience.
Considered one of the biggest brands in the electronics market, Samsung is a reliable choice, offering a number of models that stand out from the competition. Check out more in our full review.
- 1 Summary
- 2 The Best Samsung Monitor: Our Picks
- 3 Buying Guide
- 4 Purchase criteria: What to observe before buying a Samsung monitor
- There are different lines of Samsung monitors, in different price ranges and for different applications, so choose which one best fits your needs.
- It’s worth remembering that no matter how good the monitor is, it will still be limited to other hardware aspects of your computer, such as the video card.
- If you’re looking for a Samsung monitor with built-in speakers, it’s worth looking into the sound quality and whether it meets your expectations.
The Best Samsung Monitor: Our Picks
In our buying guide we’ll show you more information and details that will help you make the right decision and choose a Samsung monitor that goes well with your PC.
Why does Samsung stand out in the monitor market?
They are also always looking for innovation, investing in technologies that have enabled the advancement of curved monitors or the use of OLED technology, which offers higher contrast, brightness and more vivid colours.
These are just some of the factors that place Samsung among one of the leaders in the monitor market, offering practical solutions, whether for fun or to expand performance in the workplace.
What are the advantages and disadvantages of a Samsung monitor?
Yes, many of their monitors have built-in speakers. However, in some models it is not possible to change the screen angulation, as well as the height adjustment. And, you often have to adjust the colours manually to get the best picture.
What are the different types of Samsung monitors?
With the price drop, they can be found in a mid-range. Curved monitors are perfect for watching movies and series, providing greater immersion. Unfortunately, they are still among the most expensive on the market.
And, finally, Samsung also works with gamer monitors, suitable for professional or amateur gamers, with better response time, that is, between your action and what is shown on the screen. The price here can vary a lot depending on the performance of each model.
|LED monitor||UHD monitor||Curved monitor||Gamer monitor|
|Indication of use||For work or recreational use||Ideal for those seeking the best image experience||Perfect for watching movies and series||Suitable for professional or amateur gamers|
|Benefits||They are slimmer and more elegant models||High image resolution||Increased immersion||Better response time|
|Price||They are the cheapest on the market||They are in an intermediate price range||They cost more expensive||The value varies depending on the performance|
Is it worth investing in a Samsung gamer monitor?
So, before you buy, it’s worth checking each of the monitor’s specifications and whether your video card can handle the task at hand. Otherwise, you may end up limited. Still, we can guarantee that even limited, these monitors are still much better in what they propose to do, improving performance and the level of immersion of the player.
See below some items that can make your experience with a Samsung monitor even better:
Purchase criteria: What to observe before buying a Samsung monitor
Now that you’ve learned a bit more about Samsung monitors in our buying guide, you still need to be aware of some technical details to make sure you make the right choice. Once you’ve finished reading, it will be easier to understand which is the best cost/benefit for your needs and all those acronyms in the product description will no longer be a headache.
When we talk about dimensions, we’re talking about both the inches and the overall size of the monitor, such as height and depth. In the case of the inches, they are referring to the size of the screen itself, where the images are transmitted.
Today it is possible to find smaller monitors, from 14 inches, up to larger ones that rival televisions.
And here, it is common to think that the bigger, the better. But think for a moment and consider what the application of the monitor will be and whether you really need such a large screen. In the desktop environment, for example, it is most common to use two or three monitors at once in a cross-platform environment. And, going back to dimensions, this is more relevant to the space you have available on your workbench or whether you will need to buy a new piece of furniture to accommodate a larger monitor.
For those looking to optimise space, Samsung has great options for ultra-thin monitors.
One of the main factors we look for in a monitor is high image quality, and this is where resolution comes in. The higher it is, the greater the amount of pixels used to generate the image, increasing the level of detail. See below what are the resolutions used by Samsung’s monitors:
- HD: 1280 pixels x 720 pixels
- Full HD: 1920 pixels x 1080 pixels
- Ultra HD: 3840 pixels x 2160 pixels
Once again, it is worth remembering that in the case of computers, you need to have a video card that supports high resolutions to take advantage of the full potential of your monitor.
The transfer rate, also known as refresh rate, refers to the speed and fluidity of the images being displayed on the screen, improving factors such as sharpness. To give you an idea, most televisions run at a rate of 60 Hz, but on monitors, this frequency can be as high as 244 Hz, as on some gamers’ monitors.
Here, it’s important to note what use you’ll be putting your monitor to. In the gaming scenario, a high refresh rate can make all the difference, but for everyday work, a 60 or 120 Hz monitor will do just fine.
Number of connections
Finally, it is important to check the number of connectors on your monitor. Most already have HDMI input and output, for high resolution image transfer.
In some models, it is also normal to find USB connection with the computer, which allows you to use it as a hub to connect your mouse and keyboard, improving the optimization of your workbench.
The care you should take here is to check that the connection is compatible with your computer’s video card, as in older models they used a VGA standard.
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