Quantum Dot Color and HDR technology, offers Super-fast Response Time of 1 Millisecond, and supports AMD's new Radeon FreeSync 2 technology.  Its resolution is 3840 x 1080.  You can pre-order it for $1,500 US.

 

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Samsung Just Unveiled The Widest Computer Monitor You Can Buy by Antonio Villas-Boas
Review by Charles Mohapel
Business Insider.com, Samsung USA News  ISBN/ITEM#: CM170611SAMSUNG
Date: 11 June 2017

Links: Business Insider.com Article / Samsung Press Release / Samsung CHG90 Product Page / Samsung CHG90 Specs / Show Article /

Are you a REALLY serious gamer?  Do you edit lots of video or photos?  Then look for the Samsung 49-inch CHG90 QLED Gaming Monitor, with an amazing 32:9 Aspect Ratio, twice as wide as the standard LCD or LED monitor.  This gorgeous curved monitor utilizes Quantum Dot Color and HDR technology, offers Super-fast Response Time of 1 Millisecond, and supports AMD's new Radeon FreeSync 2 technology.  Its resolution is 3840 x 1080.  You can pre-order it for $1,500 US.

 

From official release/information:

Behold, the 49-inch CHG90 super ultrawide gaming monitor from Samsung. Samsung's marketing photo simply doesn't do justice to the CHG90's incredible super-ultra-width, so here it is displaying an Excel spreadsheet to help put it into perspective.

When I first tried an ultrawide monitor in 2016, I was hooked because of its applications in both gaming and productivity.

Ultrawide monitors are a relatively new category of monitors that are, indeed, wider than regular ones.  But on Friday, Samsung introduced the CHG90, the first monitor in the new "super ultrawide" category, and it's outrageously wide.

The CHG90 has an aspect ratio of 32:9. For comparison, ultrawide monitors have a 21:9 aspect ratio, and normal monitors have a 16:9 aspect ratio.

The CHG90 is part of Samsung's gaming line of monitors that come with specs and features that gamers can appreciate, like quick response times and AMD's FreeSync 2 technology.

(Source: Business Insider.com, Samsung USA)

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