Samsung has announced the CH711, the company's latest curved quantum dot monitor, will make its debut at CES 2017 next week. Built "with gamers in mind," the CH711 will be available in either 27-inch or 31.5-inch varieties with a 2560 x 1440 resolution and a pretty stylish white chassis. Adding to that style is the fact that cables can be hidden inside the stand, making for a cleaner look on your desk.

Samsung's new curved Quantum Dot monitor is built for gamers

Of course, the main highlight of the monitor is its use of quantum dots. The tech, which Samsung also uses on many of its TVs, should make for a bright and vivid picture. Add in Samsung's promise of 125% sRBG coverage, and the colors should be both poppy and accurate. The curve, which has been been making its way to more and more monitors recently, is another area Samsung is talking up with its 1,800R curvature and 178-degree viewing angle.

More detailed specs of the display aren't yet available, including the panel's response time, which will be an important consideration if Samsung hopes to target the gaming crowd. Pricing and availability are also a mystery at the moment, but the CH711 will be on display at CES 2017 alongside other monitors in Samsung's quantum dot lineup, like the CFG70 and CF791.