There has been a new Samsung space monitor unveiled whose USP is that it takes comparatively lesser real estate for users to install the hardware and use. Now, the launch of this space monitor comes ahead of the Consumer Electronics Show (CES 2019) during which the South Korea based brand is said to be showcasing a variety of consumer technology products driven by latest technology standards. In case you are desirous of checking out these monitors, then the CES 2019 would have all three ready to demo. You could navigate directly to booth number 15006.
Along with the space monitor, Samsung has also showcased a monitor custom-made for gamers - to check out gaming content. This hardware is called the UR59C, and there has also been a 4K UHD curve monitor tailor-made for those who make varied forms of content.
Samsung’s space monitor comes in two variants based on the size, viz. A 27-inch screen, and 32-inch editions; the latter supports 4K UHD resolution of content; whereas the former offers QHD content resolution support. The hardware also comes with a custom arm stand that fits into the back of the overall screen. Now, once the monitor is installed, this arm stand cannot be seen from the front. The Stand also combines both the HDMI and power cables within; thereby eliminating the need of having to separately (on the exterior) place these cables.
Next up is the gaming monitor CRG9 that incorporates a 49-inch screen that supports dual QHD resolution for content. The display also has a refresh rate of 120Hz and a response time of 4ms to theoretically reduce movement blurs and graphical lags; both of these aspects are essentially required for gamers. Resolution of the display is 5120 x 1440 and offers a single HDMI port, USB 3.0 port, and a couple of display ports, along with a 3.5mm jack to connect wired headphones/earphones.
Finally, there is the UR59C that offer a curved UHD screen; resolution of the display is 3840x2160 and 1 billion colour support. Samsung claims to have kept the need of content creators in mind whilst designing the UR59C curved monitor.