If you can photoshop it, you just might achieve it.
Meet the latest gaming monitor from Samsung that cost even more than your PC.
Samsung feels that there is no such thing as too much screen, so, they made a 49-inch gaming monitor that cost about $1,500 kpere!
It comes with a resolution of 3840 x 1080 otherwise known as “double full HD” or DFHD and is also the first HDR QLED gaming monitor. The screen is ludicrously large that I had to reduce the size so that it can fit in my office. Then, you have those curves.
Samsung and curves, though.
On the spec side of things, you have a 144 Hz refresh rate and four-channel scanning, which according to Samsung, should cut motion blur. Also, there is AMD’s Radeon FreeSync 2 technology to help cut out stuttering.
Other specs can be seen below:
|Samsung 49 C49HG90|
|Resolution||3,840 x 1,080|
|Pixel pitch (mm)||0.312|
|Maximum gamut||125 percent sRGB, 95 percent P3|
|Typical brightness (nits)||600 (peak)|
|Sync standard||FreeSync 2|
|Maximum vertical refresh rate (at HD or higher resolution)||144Hz|
|Gray/gray response time (milliseconds)||1|
|USB Type-A (out)||2 x USB 3|
|USB 3.0 (in)||1|
|Release date||July 2017|
The only thing I am sceptical about (asides from the $1,500 price tag, of course) is the screen ratio and pixel pinch, which might be too low for the screen size, especially for those who work with graphics.