Samsung debuts CRG9, which the company says is the first super-experience high-resolution display monitor, equipped with a 32: 9 aspect ratio.
The screen corresponds to two 27-inch 16: 9 displays with a double QHD resolution of 5120 x 1440 and support for HDR10 with a peak brightness of 1000 nits. On the back, it has an HDMI port and two DisplayPorts, along with USB ports and a headphone jack.
As a game monitor, it has an update rate of 1
Samsung also introduces the Samsung Space Monitor, designed for those who have limited amount of desktop space on a screen. It uses an arm clamp to attach to the back of a desk, freeing up valuable workspace, and when not in use, can be angled away from the desk and stored flat against a wall.
It comes in a 27-inch size alternative with QHD resolution (2560 x 1440) and a 32-inch size with 4K UHD resolution.
Samsung's third monitor debuting at CES is UR59C, a 32-inch curved 4K display aimed at content creators. It has a contrast ratio of 2.500: 1 with support for up to one billion colors and a 1500R curl for a "truly immersive experience" when creating content, watching videos or games.
UR59C comes in a dark blue gray shade and has a slim design with a depth of 6.7 mm. It is attached to a simple, triangular base that minimizes footprint on a desk.
Samsung's room monitor, priced at $ 399, is available for pre-order from Samsung's website and Amazon.com. The UR59C curved screen, priced at $ 499.99, is also available for pre-order from Samsung's website and Amazon.com.
Samsung's 49-inch CRG9 gaming display will be available for purchase later in 2019. The price is not announced.