Samsung Announces New Space-Saving and Gaming Monitors

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Samsung Electronics announced three new monitors designed for modern workspaces, content creators and gaming.

Executive Vice President, Seog-gi Kim, of the Visual Display Business at Samsung Electronics said, “Samsung’s latest monitor lineup is incredibly versatile, and demonstrates our commitment to continued innovation and leadership in the category. All of these monitors are part of our larger strategy this year, to keep giving you choices so you can get what you want— beautiful, hardworking devices that inspire you to do more”.

Space Monitor

Samsung Space Monitor is a high-performance monitor that comes in 27-inches with QHD resolution and a 32-inch 4k version. This unique design features an arm stand that virtually disappears behind the monitor’s bezel.

The Space Monitor can be tilted to extend from the wall or lowered to the surface of your desk. The stand also has integrated cable management for power and HDMI cables for a clean, modern aesthetic.

CRG9 Super Ultra-Wide 49″ Gaming Monitor

Following LG’s announcement of the LG 49WL95C-W 49-inch UltraWide monitor yesterday, Samsung is also releasing a 32:9 high-resolution super ultra-wide monitor with impressive specs of 120Hz refresh rate, 4ms response time AMD Radeon FreeSync™ 2 HDR technology, HDR10 1,000 nits brightness and 5120×1440 QHD resolution.

The CRG9 is equivalent to two 27-inch QHD 16:9 side-by-side monitors and features Picture-by-Picture for two separate video sources to be viewed simultaneously.

UR59C 32″ 4K UHD Curved Monitor

Last, but not least, Samsung announced the world’s first 32-inch curved 4K UHD Monitor aimed at attracting Content Creators.

The UR59C features a UHD 3840×2160 4K curved display with a 6.7mm deep rear casing with fabric-texture. It has a V-slim metal stand with a two-prong base that houses your monitor cables to reduce clutter.

No word on pricing yet, but all three monitors will be on display at CES 2019 at Samsung’s booth #15006 beginning on January 8th in Las Vegas.