Samsung just released its new gaming monitor named CRG9, adding to its line of 49-inch Ultrawide Gaming Monitors.
Its predecessor, the CHG90, which was released last year had a resolution of 3840×1080, that’s equivalent to two Full HD (1080p) displays. CRG9 will have an improved native resolution of 5120×1440 which is equivalent to two QHD (1440p) displays.
Other features of this 5K monitor include AMD’s FreeSync 2 and HDR. The FreeSync technology is AMD’s take on NVIDIA’s similar G-SYNC technology and promises a stutter-free gaming experience without any broken frames by resolving the communication issues between the processor and the monitor.
Other than that, it has a refresh rate of 120 Hz with a 4ms response which is not the best when it comes to gaming monitors but is still miles better for gaming than a basic monitor. The monitor can reach up to a thousand nits of brightness. It also uses Quantum dot technology for accurate color reproduction.
Samsung also announced two non-gaming displays, a 32-inch 4K monitor with a contrast ratio of 2,500:1 designed keeping content creators in mind with its ultra-thin bezels and a fabric-covered back.
The other monitor released is what Samsung is calling the ‘Space Monitor’, a minimalist display with slim-bezels for modern workspaces.
Its fully-integrated arm a clamps to the desk and frees up additional desk space. The Space Monitor has 2 variants, the 32-inch model with 4K UHD resolution and a 27-inch model with QHD resolution.
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