Most gamers use multi-monitor setups for a deeply immersive gaming experience, but awesomely, there is a new big boy in town, and that’s the Samsung 49-inch 32:9 (!) CHG90 monitor. This is one monstrous screen that is tailored to deliver the best gaming experience. Even if the specs had leaked months earlier about this marvel of a monitor, I was a bit skeptical about it, but now I can confirm its indeed what they said it would be. The monitor is packed with a Quantum Dot LCD panel with HDR support, AMD FreeSync 2, and USB hub functionality. The one of a kind monitor has multiple specifications that it boasts of and this is a summarized look of some of its specs.
- 3840 X 1080 resolution
- 1 millisecond response rate
- 49-inch diagonal
- 1.07 billion colors
- 600 night brightness
- 1800R curvature
- AMD FressSync 2
- 2 USB ports
- 125% Srb, 95% DCI-P3 coverage
The HDR support on the monitor will ensure the monitor gets bright enough while maintaining a good contrast ratio. I must say it’s also a nice device for editing photos as it seamlessly has great display properties, making your photos feel so out of this world.
Talking about gaming, when you are finally done winning those races online, the custom software will allow windows to treat your display as that of a dual monitor set-up if you want. In addition, there are some tools included for organizing your windows across the huge wide area of the monitor.
Well, you may be thinking to yourself that you can still enjoy what the Samsung CHG90 offers but on another huge monitor or 4K TV that’s hooked to your computer, however, one thing you should bare in mind is that this monitor with huge display, 144Hz refresh rate and 1ms response time is one of a kind and its surely the only thing of its kind in the market right now.
Nevertheless, Samsung not only ends in offering you the CHG90 but also has other assortments to suit your preferences and pockets. They are introducing the CHG70 in 27 and 32-inch sizes. The specs are almost identical to those of the CHG90 with exact speed, color accuracy and brightness features only that it will have 2560 x 1440 panels.
You can pre-order right the monitors at the moment, however the orders are to be made from different places. The 49-inch costs quite a lot of bucks at $1499 from Amazon and Micro Center. The 32-inch costs $699 from Newegg and the 27-inch is $599 from Samsung.