Rachel and I are generally Nintendo girls, having grown up with the consoles (and having the adults around us always call video games “Nintendo” no matter what kind of games they were). Fairly recently, though, I’ve been wanting to get more into the PC gaming scene, having used to play a couple of MMORPGs and now looking more into Twitch and games like Stardew Valley and PlayerUnknown’s Battleground. With that, I’ve been more interested in PC gaming accessories, like pretty monitors…
Gamers generally want to be as immersed as possible in their video game worlds. Take a look at all the virtual reality consoles and games that are on the market nowadays.
Recently a friend of mine told me about this gaming monitor from Samsung, the Samsung CHG90. This massive screen that would keep you in the game without the need for virtual reality headsets. Just take a look at this baby:
Spanning about 49-inches wide, it’ll probably be difficult to just to find the space for the monitor, but isn’t it gorgeous? Imagine the expanse of Minecraft’s landscape or being able to keep an eye on your surroundings in PlayerUnknown’s Battleground. It’s pretty pricey, though, coming at a whopping $1499.99 — for that amount of money, you could probably get a nice dual, or even triple, monitor set up.
It’s a nice dream for a P.C. gamer!
What do you think of this computer monitor? Too much or would you like a chance to experience how it would work with one of your favorite PC games?