Samsung Electronics unveiled the world’s first 49-inch ultra-wide CHG90 display and the 27- and 32-inch CHG70 monitors, designed to reinvent the gaming experience. The lineup includes what it claims ‘the world’s largest gaming monitor’
Stepping up the game #CHG90 #CHG70https://t.co/QEQoJUyeY1
— Samsung Electronics (@Samsung) June 9, 2017
CHG90 ‘The World’s Largest Gaming Monitor’
By far, the most exciting launch is the CHG90, a 49-inch display with a 32:9 aspect ratio and a 3,840 x 1,080 ultra-wide resolution. We know, right? The 49-inch gaming monitor may be too large to fit on your desk. But, you can obviously make room for it to achieve an unrivaled virtual reality gaming experience. Even the curved 21:9 screens fall short when it comes to gaming features such as high refresh rates and adaptive sync. Well, not this one though.
The 49-inch CHG90 curved display features a full 144Hz refresh rate, AMD’s FreeSync 2 adaptive refresh technology, and a 1millisecond response time. You can’t beat that, can you? Additionally, it’s packed with a DisplayPort, Mini DisplayPort, and a pair of HDMI inputs and two-port USB 3.0 hub.
At $1,500, the 49-inch CHG90 monitor sounds ridiculously experience. At this price, you can buy an Apple MacBook. But, it’s price competitively if you look at other high-end alternatives, including the LG38UC99 (once the world’s largest gaming monitor at 38-inch ultra-wide monitor). And you know what they say, there’s never too much!
The CHG90 is currently available for pre-order on Amazon and Micro Center.
Enough raving about the CHG90 gaming monitor. Let’s take a look at the two more additions to Samsung’s new line of gaming monitors.
27- And 32-Inch CHG70 Monitors
Compared to the ultra-wide CHG90, the CHG70 displays are much smaller. They’re 27- and 32-inch monitors with 2,560 x 1,440 pixels. All packed to produce 92ppi and 109ppi resolution, respectively, with 16:9 aspect ratios.
The 27- and 32-Inch CHG70 monitors will set you back by $599 and $699, respectively.
The CHG90 and CHG70 QLED monitors are enhanced with the all mighty High Dynamic Range (HDR) picture enhancement technology traditionally used for televisions and large-format displays. HDR combined with quantum dot composition produces a realistic, flamboyant and crisper presentation that showcases games exactly the way developers intended. We promise you’ll be thoroughly engrossed, whether you’re fighting off aliens in Mass Effect or killing monsters in a basement in Resident Evil 7.
All three gaming monitors are available to pre-order today.