All three monitors come equipped with HDR (high dynamic range) for increased light range, quantum dot LEDs that cover 125% of the sRGB color space and 95 percent of the DCI-P3 color space and AMD FreeSync 2 technology to avoid screen tearing.
This new monitor has an aspect ratio of 32:9, which compares to the 16:9 aspect ratio of a standard monitor and the 21:9 aspect ratio of an ultra-wide monitor, Business Insider reported.
The ranks of gaming monitors with quantum-dot-enhanced LED backlighting has grown a bit today with Samsung's CHG70 and CHG90 displays. Moreover, the monitor also supports fast refresh rates of 144Hz and the motion picture response time is 1ms. They are also among the very first gaming monitors to support AMD FreeSync 2 technology. The monitors are also the first with next-gen Radeon FreeSync 2 support, making setup for games easier (there's no word on NVIDIA G-Sync support).
The latest line-up of Samsung gaming monitor are pretty expensive and it seems like that the big wallet players can only buy them. As a result, gamers can enjoy a smooth, plug-and-play, low-latency HDR gaming experience without having to frequently readjust software or monitor settings. At this point, the object you're describing resembles less a desktop monitor and more a truncated TV screen.
The 49-inch CHG90 display features QLED technology, HDR support, and is aimed at high-end users and PC gamers. The new CHG90 monitor includes a height adjustable stand (HAS), allowing flexible height adjustment for improved viewing comfort.
For better connectivity, the CHG90 has Mini DisplayPort, DisplayPort, three USB 3.0 ports and 2 HDMI ports though there's unluckily no USB-C option. "This C49HG90 will cost roughly 1499 euro, the 32" version is 799 euro and the 27" version 699 euro with similar prices in Dollars.