Received wisdom has it that gamers will sacrifice quality for frame rates. But what if you could have both? Samsung’s research has found that 48 per cent of gamers place image quality above other factors, and this was their most important consideration when buying a new monitor. So Samsung took this to heart for its latest CHG70 range. The native resolution is up from the previous generation, but more importantly, this is the first gaming monitor to support HDR.
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