Measuring 49 inches from corner to corner, or the combined size of two 27-inch monitors, Samsung’s QLED CHG90 is the world’s largest gaming monitor.
Its 32:9 super ultra-wide aspect ratio, 3840 x 1080 resolution, 1800R curvature and 144Hz refresh rate foster smooth and captivating visuals that not only amplify gamers’ immersion, but make multitasking a breeze. Let’s take a closer look at how the CHG90’s combination of singular specs and unified design is changing the game.
Over the past few years, one of the breakthrough achievements of Samsung researchers has been the development of cadmium-free quantum dot technology, currently utilized in Samsung QLED TVs. While quantum dot had the benefit of delivering superior light expression, the technology posed harm to the environment with toxic cadmium at risk of being released through nanoparticle degradation. Samsung’s quantum dots, however, are cadmium-free, and Samsung is currently the only company that produces cadmium-free (Cd-free) quantum dot displays.
The architect behind development of the Cd-free quantum dot technology was Dr. Eunjoo Jang at the Samsung Advanced Institute of Technology (SAIT). For her achievements, Dr. Jang was appointed a Samsung Fellow on November 16 – a distinct honor established at Samsung in 2002 to honor outstanding achievements in research, and also referred to as “Samsung’s Nobel Prize.”
Dr. Jang, who has been involved in the research of Cd-free quantum dot technology for over 15 years, recently shared with Samsung Newsroom the story behind her research into the technology, as well as her thoughts on what’s next for display innovation.