its-amazing-for-playing-video-gamesYou might look at pictures of Samsung's insanely wide CHG90 monitor and think: "Who on earth needs a monitor this wide?"

I'll bet a lot of people said the same thing when square 4:3 TVs and monitors were still the standard, back in the early 2000s, and "widescreen" 16:9 TVs and monitors hadn't yet become mainstream. Now, 16:9 widescreen is the standard monitor aspect ratio.

But why stop at 16:9? Well, the industry didn't stop there — in 2015, it started producing "ultrawide" 21:9 monitors, which offered more screen real estate for work and gave PC gamers that extra layer of immersion.

It's now 2017, and Samsung thinks you need even more screen, so it made the "super-ultrawide" CHG90 monitor, which has an aspect ratio of 32:9. That's two 16:9 widescreen monitors in one.