If you’re planning to check out CES 2019 in person, I recommend doing a few neck stretches to prepare.

Samsung has unveiled an upgraded version of their massive, curved, ultra-wide gaming monitor. The 49-inch curved display now sports an impressive QHD (aka Quad HD) resolution.

The new CRG9 offers a 32:9 aspect ration and a gargantuan 5120 x 1440 display resolution. That’s a big upgrade on the 3840 x 1080 the CHG90 has.

It’ll boast a 120Hz refresh rate and come with Freesync 2 technology out of the box, a signal of Samsung’s ongoing cooperation with AMD. The monitor will also sport two DisplayPort inputs and one HDMI.

Samsung CRG9 QHD Ultra-Wide Gaming Monitor
Photo: Samsung

If you’re wondering why Samsung is pushing expensive gaming hardware that’s already pretty niche, it’s likely an arms race response. Rival Dell recently announced a display with similar specs.

There’s no information on price or release date, but seeing as the old CHG90 currently retails for around $1,000, and since Dell’s 49-inch QHD is going for around $1,500, it’s safe to expect a pretty sizeable price point.

If you’re looking for something more toned down, Samsung announced two other monitors: the smaller URC59, a 32-inch 4K display with a slick, subdued look, and the ultra-flat Space Monitor.