Samsung is heading into CES 2019 who is the biggest tech show of the year, the show will be held in Las Vegas next week and the company is heading there with three new monitors for both gamers and creative professionals. It includes CRG9 which is an upgraded version of Samsung’s massive 49-inch gaming desktop monitor that now offers even higher resolution.
The previous old CHG90 model gives you only 3840 x 1080 resolution, which is equal to two 16:9, 1920 x 1080 displays merge together. But with CRG9 Samsung is modifying its TV range to 32:9 aspect ratio and 5120 x 1440 resolution display, which is equal to the two 2560 x 1440 QHD screens merge together. On the other hand, both Samsung competitors Philips and Dell have revealed QHD 49-inch monitors, But it’s still good to see that Samsung is modifying its TV lineup to catch up with competitors.
Like the original CRG9 model, the 49-inch gaming desktop monitor is built specifically for gaming that offers a 120Hz refresh rate 4ms response time, and AMD’s Radeon FreeSync 2 technology. Coming to the specs, Samsung consists HDR10 support, along with an HDMI port, two DisplayPorts, and a USB jack.
Another new model from Samsung is the UR59C which is a curved 32-inch monitor that, consists of a 2,500:1 contrast ratio and a full 3840 × 2160 4K resolution, which the company claims are first in the line because of the support for up to one billion colors. Looks like the UR59C is made more for content than just only for gaming purpose. It comes with ultra-thin bezels that give a more professional, the back is covered by fabric which gives it an industrial look of a gaming monitor.
The price and release date for both of the displays is still unknown but probably we will get more information on the displays at CES 2019 next week.