Samsung FreeSync monitors – South African pricing

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Samsung has announced South African pricing for its latest range of curved LED monitors.

The line-up includes displays aimed at entry-level and premium consumers, as well as PC gamers.

The three monitors offer curved displays with Samsung’s Quantum dot technology, providing a contrast ratio of 3000:1.

The Samsung C24F390 and Samsung C27F591 monitors are currently available in South Africa, while the Samsung C27FG70 is set to launch in June 2017.

The specifications and pricing of the Samsung monitors are below.


Samsung C24F390 – R3,299

Samsung C24F390

Samsung C24F390
Display 23.5-inch 1,920 x 1,080 VA LED
Refresh rate 60Hz
Response time 4ms
Contrast 3,000:1
Brightness 250cd/m²
I/O HDMI, VGA, 3.5mm audio
Extras FreeSync
Price R3,299

Samsung C27F591 – R5,999

Samsung C27F591

Samsung C27F591
Display 27-inch 1,920 x 1,080 VA LED
Refresh rate 60Hz
Response time 4ms
Contrast 3,000:1
Brightness 250cd/m²
I/O HDMI, VGA, 3.5mm audio, DisplayPort
Extras FreeSync
Price R5,999

Samsung C27FG70 – R12,999

Samsung C27FG70

Samsung C27FG70
Display 27-inch 1,920 x 1,080 VA LED
Refresh rate 144Hz
Response time 1ms
Contrast 3,000:1
Brightness 250cd/m²
I/O 2x HDMI, 3.5mm audio, DisplayPort
Extras FreeSync
Price R12,999

This article first appeared on MyBroadband and is republished with permisison.

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  • Corné Cornoster Bergakker

    I watched a youtube clip the other day about the LG MP68VQ monitor, selling at about R2.5K on Amazon with 75Hz refresh, IPS, freesync etc.

    The pricing is getting better but it needs to come down a lot. I’m very keen to get Ryzen come Black Friday this year – hopefully by then we’ll see a 144hz freesync available for under R4K

  • Peter Pan

    I really don’t see the point of Full HD monitors! TVs yes…monitors – no! If you are going to buy a monitor buy at least a 1440p monitor

  • oomjan

    i see the point. this is only the beginning and maybe you know in the near future it will be impossible to buy a monitor without Freesync or G-sync. It will then make the gaming experience so much better for all of us. i haven’t experienced freesync yet let alone freesync/g-sync on 60hz. I do have a g-sync 165hz Asus PG279q and that’s nice to have and suppose on 60/75Hz it should be better than fixed 60hz display. But i get your point you are trying to make and agree somewhat with it.

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