Samsung C32HG70 Curved Gaming Monitor Review – IGN


32″ of curvaceous HDR gaming. By Whitson Gordon

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Samsung’s C32HG70 monitor (See it on Amazon) offers all the bells and whistles you’d expect on a curved HDR gaming monitor, plus it’s rocking Samsung’s QLED technology for ultra realistic colors. IGN has already reviewed Samsung’s impressive ultra-ultra-wide CHG90, but it might be a little too wide for some folks at 49-inches diagonally. So when Samsung offered to let us try out the 32” version, I was excited to see if it was a bit easier to manage.

Samsung C32HG70 – Design and Features

Despite being a “gaming” monitor, the C32HG70’s design is pretty understated: apart from the triangular stand and the swirled piece of plastic that lights up on the back of the monitor, this monitor doesn’t carry much of the gamer aesthetic you see on, say, Asus’ offerings. It feels just as appropriate in a home office as it does in a subterranean gaming cave.

The stand swivels in any direction you could want, and the action is butter smooth—though that unfortunately causes the monitor to wobble a lot if you accidentally bump the desk. Furthermore, the design of the stand—which includes a large arm coming out of the back—takes up a lot of space, and certain desks may not be able to accommodate it. You definitely won’t be putting this thing at the edge of your desk, since the arm needs about a foot of clearance from the wall. (It’d probably work great on a corner desk, though.)

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