Samsung – Samsung M7 32in monitor review
Playing PS5 and PC games is a treat. Of course, you should stick to the cinematic and simulator games if you don’t want to wrestle with the thought of having an 8ms of response time for competitive gaming. This monitor and its size are not cut out for that. It’s for the PlayStation blockbusters and driving simulators like SnowRunner.
The 4K resolution is also quite crispy and sharp for any type of content. The text is sharp and clear for typing and spreadsheet work. Although we’d love it even more if it came with an ambient light sensor. Manually adjusting the brightness from high to low is a bit tedious when you switch from office pants to bedroom PJs. We wouldn’t tout this as the most accurate display either because the VA panel certainly has its drawbacks when it comes to viewing angles but as long as you thrive in your bat cave as an eligible bachelor, the M7 will cater to your every need. You can quickly skip from working to gaming to binging. A smart monitor makes a world’s difference to your work from home setup.
Smart displays these days are always fitted with Android TV but Samsung chose to stick to its own Tizen OS for this one and frankly we ain’t complaining. It’s zippy, clean and has the important OTT apps you need. Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, Hotstar, Voot and Sony Liv are among the most popular apps. There’s AppleTV and Apple Music here as well. We couldn’t find MX Player and other smaller OTT apps. It might be a bit disappointing for some who want the massive library of Android TV apps here.