Today Samsung announced the launch of what they claim to be the world’s largest gaming monitor.

It is their latest gaming monitor and has been named the Samsung CHG90 QLED, and it comes with a frankly massive 49-inch Super Ultra Wide 32:9 HDR display that has a resolution of 3,840 x 1,080 pixels.

And all with a curved design that features a sleek 1800R curvature that provides fantastic immersion.

It also has a larger field of view and a greater depth of field than other gaming monitors on the market according to Samsung.

Seog-gi Kim, Executive Vice President of the Visual Display Business at Samsung Electronics explained more about it with the following:

“Gamers can have a more immersive and realistic experience with the new CHG90 monitor, this is the latest in our series of innovative gaming monitors designed to delight users and give them an edge over competitors while also increasing their comfort.”

Samsung will be showing off more about the monitor at IFA 2017.

Before then, you can find out more about the monitor at the source link below.

Source Samsung

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