The first Deadpool movie went out of its way to go completely over-the-top in violence, language, adult humor, and the sheer number of attempts to recast Ryan Reynolds as a larger-than-life comic-book superhero. Naturally, the Deadpool 2 sequel, attempts to out-do the original on every front, landing somewhere around completely bonkers.
Leave it to Samsung to go just as epically crazy with its 49” curved gaming monitor, not letting anything stand in its way to creating a super-ultrawide 32:9 curved display that spans a full 4 feet in width. This 33-pound behemoth completely overtakes any desk, as well as every square inch of view a gamer’s eyeballs can muster with one of Samsung’s 3840x1080 QLED panels. Samsung tops it all off with support for AMD Radeon FreeSync 2 and HDR (High Dynamic Range), a 1-millisecond motion picture response time, and an eye-saver mode that cuts blue-light emissions to a help keep those peepers glued to the screen longer.
Some might call Samsung’s 20-step Black Equalizer - a feature that lets players adjust the game scene brightness on the fly to ensure opponents can’t hide in dark areas of a level - cheating, but no-doubt this is a 100 percent Deadpool-approved enhancement.
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