The Korea based brand, Samsung has announced the launch of its 49-inch CHG90 Ultra-Wide curved monitor in India. Available at a price tag of Rs 1,50,000 the OLED monitor will be selling on the Samsung Store as well as leading retail outlets across the nation soon.
The CHG90 is the first monitor display certified by the Video Electronics Standard Association(VESA) based on the DisplayHDR standards. Specially designed for gamers, it features a 49-inch Ultra-Wide QLED bezel-less display with the resolution of 3840×1080 pixel with a 32:9 aspect ratio and 178-degree viewing angles.
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According to the company, the display comes with a 144Hz of refresh rate and quantum dot colour technology. As far as connectivity is concerned, the monitor is equipped with two HDMI ports, a 3.5mm audio in Headphone Jack, a DisplayPort, a USB hub and Mini DisplayPort.
The Samsung monitor comes with HDR (High Dynamic Range) technology that offers great levels of contrast, range and depth to the colour. The monitor also provides an impressive motion picture response time to avoid input lag so as to prevent ghosting. The monitor features Flicker Free technology for light comfort. Apart from this, there is an Eye Saver Mode to reduce eye-fatigue. Other features that company claims include increased speed, finer control and multiple input ports that make it easier to connect the display to any device. It also features quantum-dot technology and a wider colour spectrum.
Commenting at the launch, Puneet Sethi, VP, consumer electronics enterprise business, Samsung India, said, “Samsung has always been at the forefront of consumer-centric innovations and the launch of QLED Curved monitor is in line with that very commitment. A perfect companion for serious business professionals and gaming enthusiasts, the monitor is not only the biggest in the category, but also a trend setter in terms of specifications and technology.”
Meanwhile, Samsung has also updated itsSamsung Pay platform to pay your monthly bills like mobile, electricity, DTH, or utility bills. Furthermore, users can also save bank account and IFSC information of friends and family in UPI (Unified Payments Interface) to transfer money to them easily.