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Samsung monitors of 2016 introduced (Curved, High Resolution, Gaming, Flat and Business monitor.), help me understand 125% sRGB and quantum dot

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Hello

Here you can see alot of the new monitors from samsung and while the gaming monitor (min 7:16) CFG70 has 144hz, 1ms response time and 125% sRGB because of quantum dot. CAn someone explain me to like im a 2 year old? How can it be above 100%? and whats the advantage in 125%? Lastly what does quantum dot exactly do better? And we all agree due to them saying 1ms response time its most likely gonna be a TN panel, yes?

Ohter than that, some of the monitors in that video looks very interesting. Hope you enjoy:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8SYeb2zQ6fI
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You will be able to set a brighter white primary, since the channels will extend further in their saturation spectrum. The saturation may be a problem in the form of oversaturation, though. Depends on the calibration profile. Good displays avoid it altogether, however they may lack extended spectrums, as a consequence.
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You will be able to set a brighter white primary, since the channels will extend further in their saturation spectrum. The saturation may be a problem in the form of oversaturation, though. Depends on the calibration profile. Good displays avoid it altogether, however they may lack extended spectrums, as a consequence.

I see, is it more of a marketing gimmick than anything then?

Also is it possible to have a TN panel AND quantum dot technology at the same time?
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I see, is it more of a marketing gimmick than anything then?

Also is it possible to have a TN panel AND quantum dot technology at the same time?
TN is alignment, QD's are the upgraded individual crystals moving in the matrix. It can provide better characteristics either in colour reproduction, or in response time(the second is my digression).
I like Samsung. Lots of settings, top quality.
The thing with TN, however, is that it wouldn't make a good glossy display(colours wouldn't compare next to IPS' stained glass like immersiveness). Just a consequence of TN versus IPS. TN is better for movies(I'm committing treason by saying this) and IPS for eye-strain, text reading.
You will need an optical lens cleaner set for this very reason: matte reflection-inhibitor coatings are very hard to prevent scratches and stains from the coating without the necessary microfiber cloth & distilled cleaner duo. You can see that even the demonstration unit showcases this phenomenon. It's definitely good for preserving contrast in day-time ambient lighting conditions(as much as I love the tablet, I never take on direct sunlight with it). You will need to maintain the screen with its specific toolset regularly, nonetheless.
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Looks like the CF791 will be my next monitor.
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This CFG70 looks promising but I'm not so sure about that curve on a 27'' screen. When they're gonna be available?
    
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Samsung C24FG70 (Google Translator)

Reveal at Gamescom this week, release probably around mid october.
VA-Panel, 144 Hz, 1 ms, 1080p, FreeSync, 449€

IMO a little bit too expensive for a 1080p monitor, but it's VA and has fancy quantum dot technology.
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It will be followed by their 3440x1440 100 Hz VA Freesync monitor with a R1500 mm curve, which they announced will be released Q4 of 2016.
    
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Thats really not a terrible display for anyone looking at 24" monitors. Price will most likely be $399 USD here. Still would rather pay another $100 and get an MG279Q which would destroy that monitor in all but black levels. That's not to say black levels aren't important, but honestly with LCDs blacks will always be abysmal compared to something like OLED. VA does a decent job at giving LCDs nice blacks, but the pixel response of VAs is atrocious compared to a fast TN or IPS. For the love of god someone please introduce some OLED monitors that aren't five grand, or vaporware.
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