Samsung unveiled the Weirdest Ultrawide Gaming Monitor ever

Samsung just unveiled the Weirdest 49 inch Ultrawide curved display Gaming Monitor with Quantum Dot Technology

Samsung CHG90 Monitor

Samsung is way ahead in technology and once gain Samsung has shown its creative by building a weird Samsung CHG90 49” inch QLED Gaming Monitor that will make your gaming experience even better.

The CHG90, that what Samsung named it, comes with the 49-inch display while normal monitor has a 16:9 aspect ratio but CHG90 comes with a wicked 32:9 aspect ratio and a 3,840 x 1,080 ultra-ultra-wide resolution with Quantum Dot technology for an improved picture, and supports the HDR10 standard for high-dynamic range content.

For Gamers, the CHG90 works with AMD’s FreeSync 2 standard for improved visuals with less screen tearing, along with offering a 1-millisecond response time and a 144Hz refresh rate. In CHG90 You could even play a game on one-half on the screen and keep the other half open for something else.

Well the problem is Windows 10 doesn’t have any settings or support for such a wide screen, so you can split up the layout of the screen with the CHG90’s own software.

As per connectivity, the CHG90 has DisplayPort, Mini DisplayPort, two HDMI ports, and three USB 3.0 ports, although there’s unfortunately no USB-C option.

Now let’s talk about pricing, the big and wide things doesn’t come cheap and same goes for Samsung CHG90, the 49-inch CHG90 will set you back $1,499 it’snow available for pre-order on Amazon

Pre-Order Samsung CHG90 from Amazon

Source :

The Verge