Samsung is continuing to expand its range of curved gaming monitors. At an event, the South Korean giant has introduced three new gaming display that supports High Dynamic Range (HDR) and AMD FreeSync 2, which not only synchronize the frame rate, but provides high quality images.
Samsung S49HG90 49-inch Ultrawide gaming monitor
From the Performance viewpoint, all three monitors are similar to each other and differ primarily in diagonal size and resolution. The largest model was Samsung C49HG90, equipped with a 49-inch VA matrix with a resolution of 3840×1080 pixels (aspect ratio 32: 9). Meanwhile, Samsung C27HG70 and Samsung C32HG70 are equipped respectively 27- and 32-inch VA-panel with a resolution 2560×1440 pixels.
All three products are characterized by a radius of 1800 mm, 1 ms response time, a refresh rate of 144 Hz and 178 ° viewing angles horizontally and vertically. Brightness and Contrast setting is 600 cd / m² and a 3000: 1. Backlit displays formed on Quantum Dot Technology. All monitors are capable of displaying up to 1.07 billion shades and provide 125 % sRGB coverage. On the back side there are display connectors includes DisplayPort, HDMI (x2) and the Mini DisplayPort (only the older model). Also worth noting is the presence of dual-port splitter USB 3.0.
Unfortunately, the recommended price for the European retail and exact release date of the monitors have been declared. New products are already available for pre-order in the North American online store at a price of $ 1,500, $ 700 and $ 600 for Samsung S49HG90, C32HG70 and C27GH70 respectively.