Nowadays, ultrawide monitors are getting popular in the desktop computer world. As it goes, Samsung introduced their CHG90, a massive 49 inch, curved and widest monitor ever built.
Seog-gi Kim, Executive Vice President, Enterprise Business at Samsung Electronics said, “Gamers want to feel completely immersed in their favorite games, and our new monitors provide the most stunning visuals and realistic content to deliver the ultimate gaming experience.”
The CHG90 is the largest curved desktop monitor on the market. It is impressively large, the span of the screen sailing out over the sides of a desk like a giant bird of prey. From the description, you may assume CHG90 as a television rather than a monitor.
It is basically what you would get if you added two 24-inch curved screens together, minus the part where they are, you know, two separate screens. Moreover, its resolution is 3840 X 1080 by a 32:9 aspect ratio. It has the pixel real property of two traditional 1920×1080, 16:9 displays mashed together.
It is not only a big monitor but also a beast where multiple excel column can be managed in one screen or can play battlefield one with the glory. The CHG90 uses Samsung’s QLED Quantum Dot technology for an improved picture and supports the HDR10 standard for high-dynamic range content. Moreover, for the gaming experience, the CHG90 runs with AMD’s FreeSync 2 model for improved visuals with less screen breaking. It offers a 1-millisecond response rate and a 144Hz refresh flow.
Samsung also has some up-to-date software designed to help maintain programs on the CHG90, allowing users to setup up to six windows at a time, which is pretty handy if you are looking to take full benefit of the extensive amount of screen real estate. For connectivity, the CHG90 has DisplayPort, two HDMI ports, Mini DisplayPort, and three USB 3.0 ports, but there is no USB C port on CHG90.
Along with the hugeness that is the CHG90, Samsung also announced some smaller kin, in the form of the CHG70 series, which physically resembles its larger complement but at more pedestrian 27-inch and 31.5-inch sizes.
Unfortunately, that kind of screen does not come cheap — the 49-inch CHG90 will set you back $1,499, while the CHG70 costs $699 for the 32-inch model and $599 for the 27-inch variety. All three displays are available to preorder, and expected to ship later this vacation.
Technical specs of CHG90:
Model Number: LC49HG90DMNXZA
Screen Size: 49″
Display Type: VA
Resolution: 3840 X 1080
Aspect Ratio: 32:9
Viewing Angle (Horizontal/Vertical): 178°(H)/178°(V)
Response Time: 1ms (MPRT)
sRGB Coverage: Typ 95% (DCI-P3 95.