In 2016, Samsung rolled out a couple of gaming monitors that joint an immersive curled panel design with the higher color provided by quantum dot technology. It now seems that the firm has moved forward and extended an even wider screen to inside by an inch of its life. Its new monitor shows off dual Full HD resolution through 49 Inches diagonal at a fanatical aspect ratio of 32:9. But all that curved goodness does not come affordable.
The company claims that the quantum dot QLED technology at the base of the CHG90 monitor is able to support around 95% of the digital cinema initiatives motion picture set and 125% of the sRGB color gamut. Paired with HDR image improvement, which is habitually limited for big screen TVs and is designed as well as refreshed with the assistance of the Ghost Games and EA studio Dice, it should all add up to elevate the reproduction of color.
The panel curls at 1,800 R to 49 Inches diagonal with a 178-degree viewing angle and a 3,840 x 1080 of pixel resolution. This means that if its boundaries were expanded to complete a full circle, its radius might be 1,800 Centimeter or 709 Inches. Smooth onscreen action is assisted along by a 144 Hz refresh rate and 1 Millisecond response time, with the company saying that the monitor employs 4 channel scanning technology to squeeze motion in the bud. The CHG90 will also show support to Radeon FreeSync 2 technique of AMD, which synchronizes monitor refresh rates and GPU to get rid of tearing and stutter.
In the section of connectivity, there is 1 x Display port, 2 x HDMI ports, 1 x USB 3.0, 1 x Mini Display port, headphone out, and audio input.
Of course, the new CHG90 gaming monitor will not only have a magnetizing effect on gamers, but it will also prove helpful for people who are fond of multi-tasking and would rather not wait in front of 2 or 3 skinny bezel monitors for browsing, view document, and for multimedia windows. The CHG90 is now accessible for $1,499 for pre-order.