Samsung’s new ultra-wide HDR QLED gaming monitor is simply stunning
Samsung recently revealed two brand new gaming monitors featuring High Dynamic Range (HDR) and QLED quantum dot technology. This tech supports approximately 125% of the sRGB color spectrum and 95% of the Digital Cinema Initiatives (DCI-P3) motion picture standard to deliver a wide color range.
Samsung’s CHG90’s features
The first monitor, the CHG90, features a 32:9 aspect ratio and 3,840×1080 double full HD (DFHD) resolution across a 49-inch screen. This is the widest monitor included in Samsung’s portfolio so far. It is also a curved monitor able to deliver an ultra-wide 178-degree viewing angle and an amazing 1,800R curvature.
It supports a fast refresh rate of 144Hz and 1ms motion picture response time (MPRT) with advanced four-channel scanning tech. This will be able to deter motion blur and it will produce a more consistent picture across the entire screen during a users’ gaming sessions. The monitor will turn out to be the perfect choice for first-person shooting, racing, heavy action games, and flight simulations.
The Samsung CHG90 is already available for pre-order on Amazon for $1,499.99 and will be released on June 30 this year.
Samsung’s CHG70’s features
The CHG70 will come in two variants: 27 and 31-inch. The monitors will sport a 144Hz refresh rate and will be able to offer an amazing experience during gaming sessions. They will support a maximum of 600nit peak brightness and they’ll come with 2,560×1,440 WQHD resolution. The monitors will feature AMD’s latest Radeon FreeSync 2 tech which will help eliminate stuttering during gameplay. It will also support a wide color gamut to showcase HDR content with twice the perceivable brightness and color than the ones that are offered by the sRGB standard.
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