Does the world really need an 49-inch convex and ultra-wide computer screen? Bassos are convinced that the answer is positive, and plan to examine it very soon
The average size of desktop monitors has swelled significantly in recent years, with today it is safe to say that sizes over 30 inches are a default for many, and dimensions over 40 inches are becoming more common - but as with any trend Here, too, it seems that there are those who decide to pull it to extremes.
Meet the fresh VG49V unveiled by Asus, with a 1800R curved panel in VA technology, a resolution of 3,840 × 1,080 pixels (also known as Double FullHD) and with support for FreeSync technology from home AMD In a refresh interval between 48 and Hz to 144 Hz. Not bad at all, for those interested in a smooth gaming experience and especially great. Very big.
The dreaded screen offers a built-in pair of built-in 5 watts each, support for image-in-picture and low-contrast scene modes (ULMB), two HDMI 2.0b inputs, DisplayPort One 1.2 and more.
Right, NVIDIA Has already introduced the BFGD concept last year with 65-inch displays for gaming, but in this case it is pre-designed wall hanging products at a relatively large distance from the user's eyes, such as TV While the work of Asus Is presented and marketed as a standard desktop screen, which looks like a unified replacement for the InfinityDisplay systems of the past, with the potential to cause eye pain and headaches for those who are not trained and accustomed to it.
We still do not know how much the formidable VG49V will cost - but it will most likely be one of the most expensive gaming screens available in stores, so if you liked the direction you better start saving from now on.