Bigger is Better: Samsung’s CHG90 49-Inch Ultrawide Monitor

Do you want a computer monitor that is wide? And when we say wide, we mean really wide. Samsung’s CHG90, a 49-inch Ultrawide Monitor, geared towards gamers, is so massive it makes other computer monitors look like miniatures.

Ultrawide monitors are a relatively new category of computer monitors. However, they are quickly becoming popular because they are ideal for both productivity and gaming applications. They provide an immersive gameplay experience and deliver cinema-like experience perfect for viewing videos and movies.

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The 49-inch CHG90 is part of Samsung’s line of Quantum Dot Light Emitting Diode or QLED displays that are aimed at gamers. These displays are perfect for virtual competition, according to Samsung. Featuring improved contrast and colour, these displays deliver the ultimate gaming experience to enthusiasts. The monitors show the games exactly as developers intended with crisp, clear colours even in bright light.

samsung chg90 monitor back and side view

The CHG90 is the largest display on the market. It features a double full HD display with a resolution of 3840 X 1080 and special four-channel scanning technology. The scanning helps to decrease motion blur across the entire screen making it perfect for action-heavy, first-person games.

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The 32:9 aspect ratio and 178-degree viewing angle allow gamers to view full scenes. If you don’t have room for the gargantuan 49-inch monitor, Samsung offers two smaller displays—a 27-inch and a 32-inch— which are part of the same line and deliver the same kind of experience but on a smaller scale.

For an immersive gaming experience, you can’t do better than the CHG90. Thanks to stunning visuals and a massive display, it delivers a one-of-a-kind gaming experience that can’t be beaten.

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samsung chg90 monitor back side view

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