49" QLED Gaming Monitor C49HG90DME with 32:9 Super Ultra-wide screen

LC49HG90DMEXXY
49" QLED Gaming Monitor C49HG90DME with 32:9 Super Ultra-wide screen is rated 4.1 out of 5 by 78.
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size 49"

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Super Ultra-wide screen

Super Ultra-wide screen

New Metal Quantum dot

New Metal Quantum dot

Deeper Blacks, Brighter Whites

Deeper Blacks, Brighter Whites

1,800R

Screen Curvature

Redefine the Game.

Discover the groundbreaking 49-inch super ultra-wide 32:9 monitor with new metal Quantum dot technology and VA panel with 1 ms MPRT

Redefine the Game.

Super Ultra-wide screen

The super ultra-wide 49-inch screen with its innovative 32:9 aspect ratio means you always get to see game scenes in their entirety. And the 1,800R curved panel immerses you in gameplay and delivers iMax-style cinematic-like viewing for movies and video content.

Super Ultra-wide screen

Seamless Multi-tasking

32:9 Super Wide Aspect Ratio

Equivalent to two 27" 16:9 monitors side by side, the 32:9 super ultra-wide screen provides the ultimate in multitasking flexibility. Forget about multi-monitor set-ups — with no bezels impeding your view and a single power cable for minimal clutter, you can multitask in truly seamless style.

Seamless Multi-tasking

New Metal Quantum dot

Samsung QLED delivers purer, brighter, and more lifelike colours — especially reds and greens — than conventional monitors. And Samsung’s new Metal QD technology ensures longer lasting, more natural colours, whether you’re gaming or working in applications where colour accuracy is critical.

New Metal Quantum dot

Smoother Gameplay

Fast 144 hz refresh rate

The fast 144 Hz screen refresh rate ensures smooth action scenes even in games with high frame rates. And you can adjust the refresh rate to 60 Hz/120 Hz when necessary.

Smoother Gameplay

Optimised for many game genre

Multiple Game Modes

Developed in concert with the Samsung Galaxy Team, the semi-final winner in the LOL World Championship 2016*, the CHG90’s factory-calibrated game display modes instantly optimise black gamma levels, contrast ratios, sharpness and colour value settings for game genres like FPS, RTS, RPG, or AOS.

Optimised for many game genre

*League of Legends

Arena Lighting

Arena Lighting projects a pulsating lightshow on to a wall behind the monitor, adding extra atmosphere to your gameplay.

 Arena Lighting

Game-style OSD Dash

OSD dashboard

With Samsung’s OSD dashboard menu optimally tailored for gamers, you can have a full view of key game settings at a glance and use shortcut keys to change the settings the way you want them.

Game-style OSD Dash

Multitasking Made Easy

Easy Setting Box S/W

Easy Setting Box lets you partition the screen or display multiple screens of different sizes with just a click for truly simple multitasking

Multitasking Made Easy

Picture-by-Picture

With Picture-by-Picture you can connect and view input sources without degrading the original image quality.

  Picture-by-Picture

Work and play in comfort

Precision HAS Stand

The Height Adjustable Stand (HAS) provides precision positioning for the super ultra-wide panel to let you work and play in comfort.

Work and play in comfort

Eye Comfort

Eye-saver mode minimises blue light emissions and Flicker Free technology reduces distracting screen flicker, which can help to reduce eyestrain.

 Eye Comfort
  • 1,800R Screen Curvature
  • 32:9 Aspect Ratio
  • 350 cd/m² Brightness (Typical)
  • 3,000:1(Typ),2,400:1(Min) Contrast Ratio Static
  • 3,840 x 1,080 Resolution
  • 1 (MPRT) Response Time
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Excellent monitor, if you have the room for it. Much nicer than using 2x 16:9's side-by-side. Can be operated as a single 32:9 (ideal for really big spreadsheets or other documents) or 2 16:9's side-by-side. The specs on the web site fail to mention that there are also 2 Display Port inputs as well as HDMI (1x DP, 1x Mini DP). DP1.2 is supported, so you could daisy-chain a second monitor if you really needed to. No NVidia G-Sync support, but it does support AMD FreeSync instead (mostly of interest for gaming).
Date published: 2018-06-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Wow! What the....... Wow - what the...... Everyone who has seen us using this monitor has said that exact same thing. Possibly the longest box that I have ever had delivered securely held this astounding screen. The orientation for unpacking (you need to open at the bottom) serves to best protect in transit the magnificent screen. Once setup I tried using the CHG90 like my office dual screen setup - with apps side by side - with 50% of the screen allocated to one app on the left and another on the right - this was great and there are none of the needing to factor in a gap between screens. But I was missing a trick - we all only focus on one thing at a time, no matter how much we might kid ourselves that we are 'multi-tasking' we really do only focus on one thing at a time and switch to secondary tasks - or data sources - when required. So I moved the primary app to the centre and I can run two secondary apps, one either side of the main one now I can sit straight and focus properly without continual twisting. The best application has to be video / animation editing as I can run the edit on one side, have the master in the middle and other tools (effects etc.) on the right. Looking at the controls of the screen you have the standard Samsung 'joystick' (same as Samsung TVs) as well as three instant preset buttons - which allow you to quickly switch between settings which you can select as suitable for different tasks or devices On changing devices, connectivity is great, the only minor niggle is that there is no 15-way Sub-D VGA connector present. Using a higher-end gaming PC (consoles seem not to be able to best cope with the aspect ratio) it is that level of immersion one feels when using this screen that knocks other curved screens out of the park. Run PUBG, see the landscape all around you - giving you a much wider viewing angle and providing a competitive edge against those who are effectively blinkered by the standard 16:9 aspect ratio. Using this has literally been an eye-opening experience. A long time ago now, many people questioned if full-HD was really needed other than for special applications, 4k is here and now a defacto minimum standard for TVs but is making little headroom for monitors as on a screen small enough to fit on a desk (and not cause eye strain) the differences a unnoticeable - this double-wide ratio 32:9 I predict to be the future of first office information workers, developers and video editors then serious gamers and the rest of us! [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
Date published: 2019-03-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Amazing Amazing quality picture. I can see every detail 10 x clearer than before I bought this monitor.
Date published: 2019-11-24
Rated 3 out of 5 by from chunky, clunky but decent. I like it its a nice big monitor,but for this review, i'm just going to talk about the Cons that stop this from being a great monitor. 1. The resolution is a bit low for this size monitor, but you know that when your buying it (so its no fault of this monitor, not a big issue - just something to be aware of - especially noticeable after using other 27inch 1440p monitors - fine if your not comparing it to anything else) the beauty about the 1080p resolution is it doesnt take as much graphics power to drive. 2. The ports down the bottom of the monitor are a bit hard to reach because its so big and heavy, again not too big an issue once you have every thing plugged in, (unless you want to switch usb devices, then id suggest getting an additional hub..) but what this monitor has really lost marks for, is 1.changing between inputs They really need a firmware update to make changing inputs like the PBP mode source select, instead of making you rotate though the sources. it is extremely annoying, as every time you change the source it closes the menu, waits a few seconds then brings up the next source, then you need to go into the menu again and change it again rotating though each source until you get the one you want (it does skip it if there is nothing plugged in), pain in the butt if the one you want is 3 sources away. the PBP menu just allows you to pick the two sources you need and away it goes. This needs to be fixed via firmware before i lift it a rating point. the other thing this monitor looses a point for is the easy box software, when your using it it doesn't allow you to easily drag non maximized (restored) windows around, i had had high hopes for it, but it just doesn't work the way it should, it just automatically maximize the window to the area you place it in. (the maximize button should do that, not the click and drag function) would be great if it also worked on full screen games (this could however be a problem with windows) - This really is where the PBP function comes in on its own, but it does require an extra source (and its not seemless) i love the size of this monitor, though do be aware that games will run on it, but wont run correctly, options will be off the screen, you cant click options (they just arent there) , and it basically brakes the game, (again not this monitors fault, its bugs in the game, but not an issue when your playing on 16:9 monitors - so you may only be able to play them successfully on half the monitor - or windowed mode.) if samsung fixes those two issues with input select and makes the easy box work better, this would have been a four or five star review, as it is, its decent, but could improve (easily)
Date published: 2020-04-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Update I have written a review of this monitor before. Now quite a while later I've purchased another one to see if there's been any improvements since last time I owned a HG90. I had issues with the backlighting in gaming mode + issues with the backlighting zones beforehand. The difference between the previous monitor I had and the new one i recieved today is night and day, so much so that I doubt it's just firmware upgrades that are the difference. I recommend disabling the backlight zones in SDR as they still cause some funnies in certain games. Other than that the monitor performs excellent. The insane blur that I experienced on the other monitor is nonexistent here, using the gaming mode is almost not really necessary. In gaming mode this monitor is also more than bright enough, almost a bit 2 brigth for how I generally keep my lights in my room. Haven't gotten to test the HDR much, but I assume it's pretty much the same as it has been. Pretty basic, not really well supported and windows HDR stuff = pretty basic and buggy. There are plenty reviews on youtube that test the HDR properly. I honestly don't find it necessary. Picture quality is excellent, colors are vibrant and very nicely balanced, very little blur, overall very good quality overall. I'm not bothered by the 1080p resolution as I prefer framerate over pixel density. All in all I'm very happy with this monitor, again, so much so that I suspect the panel had more issues than just a few dead pixels on the previous one I owned. I've tested LG's 35" ultrawide, Predator Z35/X34/X34P and AOC Agon 35". There's no comparison between the HG90 and the forementioned. If you really want a higher resolution I would go for the X34/X34P(they both have their pros and cons, most people seem to prefer the older X34 model). All in all an excellent product and I kind of regret not testing another one of these when I returned the first one. I would still like to see more backlight zones and proper HDR10 support but I'm sure that's coming down the line, and with the pricing of the current HDR10 monitors I don't mind the HG90 at it's current price at all.
Date published: 2018-06-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Screen OK 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: 2018-10-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best Ever I love this. It is so good for productivity and work driven tasks. Gaming on this is also a dream as it handles everything I throw at it without issue [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
Date published: 2018-12-21
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Really wanted this to be awesome, sadly not... I finally decided to treat myself to a top of the line monitor, so I thought. I read all the reviews and some people had issues, most did not so I thought it was a rare occurrence. Guess I am one of the unlucky few... I opened my monitor and it was love at first sight! This monitor is beautiful!! I plugged it up and it worked great! The color was awesome, no dead pixels, just awesome!! Then, after about an hour I noticed a few dead pixels. I turned it off and planned to investigate the next day. When I turned it on it would not load images from my pc. I hooked up one of my old monitors and confirmed that there was not an issue with my computer. I tried a couple game systems and a DVD player and still nothing. I am so sad to have to send it back. The store I bought it from did not have any more of this model, and another guy was there returning his for a different issue (Flicker). I am so sad right now... I thought about trying the 49" CRG9 Dual QHD model, but am not wanting to be disappointed again and really wanted to test out the 144hz. I have other Samsung products (phones, tablets, tvs) and have not had any issues with those. Im almost afraid to open my new QLED tv at this point...
Date published: 2020-05-16
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