June 10, 2017
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Check Out Samsung’s Super Ultrawide Computer Monitor

Are you fond of gaming? If you are, listen up: Samsung just unveiled the CHG90 yesterday, a “super ultrawide” monitor that is currently the widest screen in the market. The model is extremely wide that Samsung had to come up with a category solely for it.

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Display

The display giant sports an aspect ratio of 32:9 that ultimately dwarfs the current monitors in the market, which range from 16:9 to 21:9. Its curved design utilizes the user’s peripheral vision so he sees all the action without the need to move his head back and forth.

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The CHG90 acts like two full size HD screens rolled in one since you can also access different tasks at the same time in the 3840 x 1080 display, which is great when you’re feeling extra productive.

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Specs

The CHG90 is fitted with a VA LCD panel which has a response time of only one millisecond. Like Samsung’s HDTVs, it makes use of quantum-dot technology for better color accuracy and brightness. It also has HDR10 for improved contrast. Moreover, the CHG90 is the first monitor to employ AMD’s FreeSync 2 technology which contributes to smoother, fuss-free gameplay.

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The Samsung CHG90 is currently available for preorder both on Amazon and Micro Center stores for 1,500 USD (5,510 AED).