When you look at your computer monitor or laptop display, the odds are that you only have to look straight, not having to turn your head from left to right as you interact with the screen because of the width. But wait until you get this Samsung ultrawide monitor.
At 49 inches wide and with a 178-degree viewing angle, Samsung’s CHG90 will give your neck some exercise. Sitting in front of it is basically within the peripheral vision especially that it is curved. But we all know that the eyes only have clear vision directly in front.
The CHG90 is the world’s first monitor to be in the “super ultrawide” category. It has a league of its own which is rather obvious.
It has an aspect ratio of 32:9, which is ridiculously wide when compared with ultrawide monitors and normal monitors having aspect ratios 21:9 and 16:9, respectively. The resolution is 3840×1080, or like a double full HD.
Engineers can make use of this monitor primarily for MS Excel. But it was actually designed to be part of Samsung’s gaming line, with the specs and features like quick response time and AMD’s FreeSync 2 technology.
The latter feature helps the PC’s graphics card to communicate with the monitor for a smoother gameplay without screen tearing or stuttering. That makes this the perfect monitor for gamers, offering some Battlefield realness.
This monitor can work as a dual screen too, an advantage for multitaskers. You can play on the left and leave a browser window on the right.
A piece of this monitor beauty costs $1,500 which is available for pre-order.