Stay on target The Xbox One X Looks Nice, But Twice as Nice as the Xbox One?Super Mario Odyssey and Other E3 Nintendo Switch Games That Aren’t Zelda Clearly the future of displays are 4K+ resolutions and beyond, but it’s not like we’re exactly swimming in 4K content. Plus, maybe there are new ways to find new uses from trusty 1080p that we haven’t yet considered. Samsung unveiled its lineup of upcoming gaming monitors, and the centerpiece is a very nice, very wide, 49-inch curved display that’s basically two HD screens seamlessly joined at the hip.The Samsung CHG90 features a 32:9, 3840 x 1080 resolution, the equivalent to two full 1080p HD displays. In action, it’s like using a two-monitor setup except you don’t need that ugly gap between them. It also reminded me of the insane, barely existent, three-screen Razer laptop from earlier this year.To show off the monitor’s usefulness, Samsung reps played demos of Battlefield 1 and Star Wars: Battlefront II where players could see incoming enemies sooner with the wider viewing angle. However, to me, the most delightful demonstration was Microsoft Excel. With the CHG90, you can look at an absurd number of cells at once, not just A-Z but A-Z, AA-AZ, and even a few Bs. Custom software lets you arrange windows however you like to take advantage of the space.If you don’t need that much real estate, Samsung is also offering the 27- and 32-inch CHG70 monitors with QHD 2560 x 1440 resolution. Because they’re smaller, these monitors can also rotate all the way around. Set it vertically and enjoy some legal arcade emulation.All of these monitors include some promising specs, like a Quantum dot nanocrystal displays, 1800R curvature, one millisecond response time, 125 percent sRGB coverage, and a 144Hz refresh rate. They also all utilize Radeon’s FreeSync 2 tech for reduced latency and bright, high-contrast, High Dynamic Range (HDR).The new Samsung gaming monitors launch this summer. The 49-inch CHG90 will cost $1499 while the 27- and 32-inch CHG70s will cost $599 and $699, respectively. Excel will never be the same.