Samsung is reportedly gearing up to take on dual-monitor setups with an ultra-wide monitor that it’s calling a ‘double full HD’ panel.
The curved monitor will also feature an 1800R curvature, which is obviously much more of a curve than current curved screens offer – thanks to that insanely wide panel.
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And, if the report is accurate, there’s good news for gamers, as the monitor will apparently support either G-Sync or FreeSync tech, with a maximum refresh rate of 144Hz.
Of course, there won’t be many games you’ll be able to play in 32:9 aspect ratio, but that doesn’t necessarily mean you won’t be able to game in more standard aspect ratios on the ultra-wide display.
Alongside the frame-rate technology, there’s also said to be VA tech to ensure viewing angles are as clear as possible, with a crisp 5000:1 static contrast ratio.
The company is also reportedly working on a 29:9 aspect ratio monitor with an “ultrawide format”. That works out to a double 24.7-inch sized screen which, according to TFTCentral, ends up being 44-inch diagonal in size.
This monitor will reportedly arrive with a 3840 x 1200 resolution and also uses a VA panel with 5000:1 contrast ratio, 1800R curvature, and 8-bit colour depth.
There are said to be 60Hz and 144Hz versions planned with mass production also set to start in September this year.
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