Samsung 49-inch QLED Curved Gaming Monitor

Jun 12, 2017

Category: Tech

When it comes to computer screens, how big is too big? Samsung is bravely trying to answer that question with their newest 49-inch QLED Display.

While the first thing that strikes us about this thing is its sheer size (honestly almost too big to call a screen) it is what is inside the massive display is that has us so impressed. The screen boasts a crazy one millisecond refresh rate, 1.07 billion color palette, and a 1800R curvature. To put it plainly, this is totally insane. Technology like this has really only been used in TVs up until this point. Specially built for PC gamers this screen will feature things like four channel scanning to deter blur, and Radeon FreeSync 2 Support. If you aren’t particularly interested in sitting in front of a gargantuan screen while gaming, the same tech will appear in smaller monitors that measure in at 27 and 32 inches respectively.

Purchase: $1,500

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