Samsung S24C770T review

Katharine Byrne
11 Dec 2013
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Responsive touchscreen, but it needs a calibrator to produce the best image quality



24in screen size, 1,920x1,080 resolution, DVI: no, VGA: no, HDMI:

The Samsung S24C770T is a 34in touchscreen monitor with a gorgeous edge-to-edge glass display that makes swiping from the sides a breeze, and a unique sliding stand that provides up to 55 degrees of screen tilt.

Samsung S24C770T

The S24C770T's build quality is superb, but the monitor has few connection ports, with just two HDMI inputs, a headphone jack and a USB port that’s used to connect the S24C770T’s touchscreen to your computer.

The S24C770T’s 24in MVA touchpanel is very responsive and uses an anti-finger film to increase its speed and sensitivity. We certainly didn't have a problem using it to navigate our desktop, and we could open and move individual files with good level of precision and accuracy.

The S24C770T's viewing angles were also very impressive, and we could see onscreen images clearly with hardly any noticeable shift in contrast.

Samsung S24C770T

The S24C770T's main weakness is its colour accuracy. Our colour calibrator showed it was only displaying 87.9 per cent of the sRGB colour gamut at its default settings. The monitor was short in both its red and green colour coverage, but blues and purples were very strong, giving images a slightly cooler appearance compared to our reference monitor.

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