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Happy news for gamers! CHG90 is finally here!

siliconreview Happy news for gamers! CHG90 is finally here!

Haven’t heard that name yet? Well I guess you are not a Video Gamer then. This can be the happiest news for all the Video Gamers in and around the world. Samsung has recently come up with a new technological innovation that suits the online gamers. The best platform to roll out their talents!

In 2016 Samsung has introduced the ‘Ultra –wide’ monitors. The screen so wide and big for the normal users!  Anyone other than the gamers ,we can generalize.  And yeah, it was a big success in terms of gaming and productivity applications. There is yet another product from Samsung, the multinational conglomerate. On Friday, Samsung introduced the first monitor in the new "super ultra-wide" category, and it's outrageously wide.  CHG90! The CHG90 is part of Samsung's gaming line of monitors that comes with specs and features that gamers can appreciate, like quick response times and AMD's FreeSync 2 technology. A much wider screen that it can even stir up a passion for gaming in the minds of normal people, they say. The CHG90 uses a VA LCD panel, which is an ultra-fast panel with a response time of only 1 millisecond. That might not mean much to someone who mostly uses computers for work, but gamers who play fast-paced games could appreciate the CHG90's minimal response time. Let’s compare it with the normal screen and see the difference.  CHG90 has an aspect ratio of 32:9. While comparing, ultra-wide monitors have an aspect ratio of 21:9, and a normal monitor have an aspect ratio of 16:9. With Quantum Dot technology from Samsung's HDTV lineup, it is expected to light up the screen and the minds of online gamers.