Samsung is embracing the device that should compete with modern G-Sync NVIDIA And does it in style, with a model that is simply huge
We've already met some of the most massive and wide-screen PCs in stores, but Samsung's new model is (and probably will) succeed in being a whole new record in this area - and also becoming a very interesting poster boy for VESA's FreeSync 2 fresh technology AMD Which supports it in its products.
The C49HG90 offers a panel with a pretty amazing 49-inch host size, thanks to an unusual aspect ratio of 32: 9, with an 3,840 × 1,080 resolution and XUMX XN ) - so it's actually a display that "wraps" the user's viewing field and should provide a more realistic and advanced viewing experience, in a world where the virtual reality that is taking over the viewer's world is becoming more and more common or, alternatively, a perfect product for those looking to get two fullHD views One side at the same time.
The new creation of סמסונג Enjoy an impressive 144 Hz maximum refresh rate, one millisecond minimum response time thanks to the use of VA (Vertical Alignment) VA technology, fine 600 Nit maximum clarity, 3,000 static contrast: 1, and quantum dot on top The rear illumination unit provides the ability to support a wider color gamut with about 95 percent of the standard DCI-P3 standard and over 100 percent of the sRGB device - and of course, support for theFreeSync The new 2, which brings built-in support for image enhancement mechanisms (low framerate compensation, from 36 frame rate per second), processing support HDR Faster and more advanced, and support vertical image synchronization that does not impair overall performance during gaming.
The C49HG90 will offer a thin casing around three of the four display panel wigs, an HDMI 2.0 input pair, a DisplayPort 1.2 input, a mini DisplayPort 1.2 input, and a pair of USB 3.0 connectors - and it will carry a massive price tag of just the same size: 1,500 Directly in front of the most advanced screens from Asus and Icer in the opposite camp of G-Sync technology and video cards coming fromNVIDIA. This will be an interesting race - for those who are capable and willing to spend more than NIS 5,000 for their new home display unit.
Along with the massive super model, Samsung presented two more screens FreeSync 2 new and slightly sane: the C27HG70 and C32HG70, which, as you can see from their names, will offer consumers 27-inch and 32-inch diagonal panels (concealed) - also with spoken VA technology and millisecond response times Only up to 144 Hz refresh rates and layers QLED To improve the display range.
These two models will enjoy a more modest 2,560 × 1,440 pixel resolution and connection complex consisting of an HDMI 2.0 input coupler, input DisplayPort 1.2 and more pair USB 2.0 - When recommended prices are reduced accordingly, and will stand at 600 dollars for the C27HG70 and 700 dollars for the C32HG70.
The FreeSync 2 revolution is approaching, but now we need technology support at the programmatic level: with video cards and games that can provide support for HDR displays and vertical synchronization in a wide range. B-AMD Have already announced work together with distributor Activision to support FreeSync 2, and Samsung on their part are launching the new models together with a statement that they are working on supporting some of the leading titles from EA Games and from home UbisoftSo it seems that we are on the right track - let's hope all of this comes as soon as possible, providing a better choice for consumers, and perhaps a little more affordable prices for all of us in advanced display units.