Samsung has added a new 4K monitor to its small lineup. The new U28H750 is an entry-level offering but has the advantage of Quantum Dot technology that is usually reserved for the high-end.
The monitor uses a 27.9” TN panel with 3840 x 2160 UHD resolution, 16:9 aspect ratio, Quantum Dot nano crystals, 250 nit maximum brightness, 1000:1 static contrast ratio, Flicker-Free backlight, and a 60 Hz native refresh rate. While its 60 Hz refresh rate isn’t high enough for competitive gaming, it does boast super-fast 1ms response time (grey-to-grey). That makes it more ideal to be used as a gaming monitor for the PlayStation 4 Pro or the upcoming Xbox ‘Project Scorpio’ than a high-end gaming PC.
Moving on to connectivity, the U28H750 is quite well equipped for a 4K monitor. You get one HDMI 1.4, one HDMI 2.0, and a DP 1.2 with support for AMD FreeSync. There is also a 3.5mm headphone jack, which most users will probably never use. Although not confirmed, it does appear that this monitor does not come with integrated speakers. Again, this will not bother most users out there, although it may be a slight disappointment for some of you who don’t mind using your monitor’s built-in speakers.
The Samsung U28H750 is expected to hit the stores in most markets very soon, carrying a price tag of somewhere around the $400 mark (SGD 562).