Conclusion: The Samsung C24B750X is part of Samsung’s ‘Smart Station’ monitor series. These monitors distinguish themselves from most others by offering a completely wire-free connection to a PC. They also include a number of useful additions such as USB 3.0 ports and an MHL port for connecting compatible smartphones to. The headlining ‘wireless connectivity’ worked very much as advertised, allowing a wire-free connection to a PC with a range of up to 5 meters.
Pros: Strong contrast performance compared to non-VA panels, Unique styling including ‘white’ and ‘black’ options. Good tilt adjustability, A good shade variety with pleasing natural colour reproduction for more muted shades, Excellent feature set including USB 3.0, wireless connectivity to PCs and mobile devices, speakers and HDMI, Not the slowest LCD monitor we’ve used and a pixel overdrive function which seems to work better than on some other VA panels out there
Cons: Contrast performance significantly below that specified by Samsung, Fixed stand-centric design limits adjustability other than tilt, Vibrancy is severely lacking unless HDMI Black Level is set to ‘Low’ – this causes a host of other issues, Wireless responsiveness issues and ‘stealth installing’ of software which can cause compatibility problems, Certainly not the fastest, either, limited largely by the panel type. Don’t pay too much attention to specified response times