Samsung C49HG90DMN - CHG9 Series - QLED monitor - curved - 49"

Mfg.Part: C49HG90DMN | CDW Part: 4685000 | UNSPSC: 43211902
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  • curved
  • 49"
  • 3840 x 1080
  • VA
  • 1 ms
  • 2xHDMI
  • DisplayPort
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Samsung C49HG90DMN - CHG9 Series - QLED monitor - curved - 49"
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  • curved
  • 49"
  • 3840 x 1080
  • VA
  • 1 ms
  • 2xHDMI
  • DisplayPort
  • Mini DisplayPort
  • matte dark blue black
  • Gaming
The ultra-wide screen with its innovative aspect ratio means you always get to see game scenes in their entirety, exactly as their developers intended. And the curved panel immerses you in gameplay and delivers cinematic viewing for movies and video content. With Quantum Dot technology, Samsung's QLED gaming monitor provides an extreme upgrade in your gaming experience. Quantum Dot makes today's games appear more lifelike by delivering a billion shades of accurate color. The CHG90 QLED gaming monitor features support for High Dynamic Range (HDR), so dark areas are darker and bright areas are brighter. See mind-blowing detail and contrast as bright blue skies share the screen with deep shadows and silhouettes. The fast screen refresh rate ensures you flawlessly smooth action scenes even in games with high frame rates.

The 20-step Black Equalizer adjusts any game scene to the brightness level you want, letting you spot enemies hiding in even the dark areas of the screen. The CHG90 features an eye-saver mode which cuts down blue light emissions to a substantial extent. So, play on with reduced eyestrain and greater visual comfort. With picture-by-picture you can connect and view input sources without degrading the original image quality. The CHG90's audio-aligned arena lighting, located at the back of the monitor, adds to the thrill of gaming, getting brighter as the game's sound grows louder, elevating moments of high intensity. The height adjustable stand provides precision positioning for the super ultra-wide panel to let you work and play in greater comfort.

Samsung C49HG90DMN - CHG9 Series - QLED monitor - curved - 49" is rated3.71 out of5 by14.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Not too impressedAlready has a dead pixel in less than a week! Also not a lot of websites adjust for the monitor length so thats been interesting. The navigation buttons at the bottom are also hard to see; they should have designed a remote. Also if you are looking to try to mount this it can be a chore to find a good arm monitor.
Date published: 2017-10-03T00:00:00-04:00
Rated 5 out of 5 by from ClarificationI returned my screen because of dead pixels.The monitor brightness is a bit of a jam here. in HDR it's extremely dark and hard 2 see.And furthermore, the gaming mode/overdrive automatically enables the backlight strobing, which in itself is great and makes for a blur free experience, but the brightness of the display with this enabled is quite frankly abysmal. With it off it's nice and bright, but you basically have to play in a completely dark room to see anything with the gaming mode on.Sadly running with it off makes(like all current VA panels) for an extremely blurry experience.The lack of backlight zones also causes problems in games that have a bit of contrast between dark and bright areas, it will literally cause big sections of the screen to dim and make the bottom 3/4 of the screen normal brightness and the top strip 1/4 really really dark, or vice versa. Things like a white fog in a dark area will also cause some really strange brightness issues, in a foggy section of CoD WWII Zombies, it got so bright that i literally could barely see anything on the rest of the map until i turned away for a few seconds.I suspect alot of the HDR issues also stem from Windows lack of proper support at this point in time as the monitor itself.I didn't mind the 1080p resolution as I prefer framerate over anything else. In many ways it's an excellent display, but I don't feel it's cutting the mustard for gaming quite yet, at least not at an enthusiast level.
Date published: 2018-02-04T00:00:00-05:00
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great monitorI've owned this monitor for over a year now and it has been a great alternative to having two monitors side by side, freesync is great and now I just need Samsung to make this in 1440 p
Date published: 2019-09-12T00:00:00-04:00
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great ScreenOK all Bare with me, i am trying the best i can to write in English here.I got a new computer with 2 GeForce 1080 TI last month with this screen. And the screen itself makes me happier than the computer itself. its so very clear, fluent and the colors are just simply amazing. i read some of the remarks that people wrote here and for the better part of them they had issues that were not linked directly to the monitor, and were from my point of view ''not informed and/or not objective with their critics'' This screen is the best one on the market so far with its 1ms response time, 144 refresh rate, and image Quality, you will not be disappointed in this screen
Date published: 2018-10-16T00:00:00-04:00
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best Gaming MonitorIs just amazing, the best gaming experiance ever...........
Date published: 2018-08-31T00:00:00-04:00
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Beautiful displayThe picture quality of this monitor is excellent. The colors are beautiful. The speakers are built into the monitor. They're not very good at bass, but one could hardly expect them to be for their size. I've never had a monitor this size. I really like it. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
Date published: 2018-12-01T00:00:00-05:00
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This monitor is in beta.for me it seems like this monitor is in beta, and what could be a good product was pushed on the market with alot of flaws.This is the list of issues i have gotten and still havent been able to resolve with samsung support.1. First issue im encountering is the monitor switching output (hdmi etc.) whenever switching from a fullscreen window to another window. takes about 2 secounds and then it turns on again.2. Ever since the start it has been making 'crack & pop' noises this happens when the monitor is made of cheap materials - the monitor expands and as a consequence of this i can even see pixels in the top of the monitor where the border was suppose to cover.3. Latest issue and the most annyoing is the monitor displaying white pixels in eaither the top portion of the monitor middle or lower part its just a sudden flash not triggered by any specific event, the 'white pixels' span the entire width of the screen.I feel like this monitor has so much potential and i do not know wich monitor i would chose other than this because it is an amazing monitor and for me this width is perfect for my line of work, im not mad at samsung im just sad, sad that this monitor has the potential of being a complete game breaker but falls short with major bugs and issues.I would 100% recommend this monitor if they fixed all of the issues thats currently with the monitor.See attached video and pictur for issues.Oh and last thing why freesync? like why?
Date published: 2019-01-30T00:00:00-05:00
Rated 5 out of 5 by from FinallyHave owned for two months and found my all-time favorite. I like large, high-def monitors and tried 49"-51" 4K TVs, but they had too much real-estate for desktop gaming. I was always missing action due to the vertical distance from corner to corner. This is the perfect solution. Very happy and recommend highly.
Date published: 2017-12-10T00:00:00-05:00
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Pictures will never do it justiceOnce you try it out, it's hard to use a regular monitor. It does not replace a true 4k setup on a 65"+ TV but just as good. So if you use your giant 4k tv for computer and gaming use - this is a different idea. Put them together, and just swap inputs for the best experience.
Date published: 2018-10-08T00:00:00-04:00
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Fantastic MonitorThe only recommendation would be that Samsung starts to support the market and Gsync instead of FreeSync. Most people that can afford these screens will be running Nivida cards, not AMD. But love the monitor, blacks are deep it's bright and a dream to game on even without active sync.
Date published: 2018-03-11T00:00:00-05:00