Samsung’s new Odyssey G9 and G7 curved gaming monitors


Ahead of the CES 2020, after introducing Galaxy Book Flex Alpha, Samsung has unveiled its new pair of curved QLED gaming monitors, Odyssey G9 and G7, featuring 1000R curvature. The company mentions that the monitors have been reimagined with gamers in mind, including the performance features, and claims them as having “an extremely deep curvature.”

Samsung has revealed three new displays, including 49-inch Odyssey G9, 32-inch, and 27-inch models of Odyssey G7. The monitors are certified by TÜV Rheinland, an international certification organization, and awarded the industry’s first high performance 1000R curved display and Eye Comfort certificate. Moreover, it features 240Hz (refresh rate ) RapidCurve with 1ms response time and supports NVIDIA G-SYNC and Adaptive-Sync on DP1.4.

49-inch Odyssey G9 Monitor

Samsung claims that the G9 is the world’s first DQHD (Dual Quad High-Definition) gaming monitor. It has a resolution of 5120×1440 and a 32:9 aspect ratio with a 240Hz refresh rate and 1ms response time. The display features a deep curve immersive 1000R curve and 1000 nits brightness.

Odyssey G9

The Odyssey G9 uses Quantum dot technology combined with an HDR1000 VA panel resulting in lifelike colors and vivid details. The monitor has a unique design with a glossy white finish and a glowing infinity core at the back. Also, the back core includes five lighting effects giving it a futuristic look.

Odyssey G9 Gaming Monitor Rear

27-inch and 32-inch Odyssey G7 Monitor

The G7 also has the same refresh rate and response time with overall performance to that of G9 but has smaller display size — 32-inch and 27-inch models. This monitor has QHD (Quad-High Definition) display with a resolution of 2560×1440. It also uses Quantum dot technology but combined with HDR600 VA panel and has 600 cd/m2 peak brightness. The monitor has a sleek and matte black finish with a color-changing core lighting at the back. The monitor also comes with dynamic shapes and lighting on the front bezel.

Odyssey G7
Odyssey G7 Gaming Monitor Rear

Both the monitors will be displayed at CES 2020 next week to give hands-on experience on them and will be available worldwide at the beginning of the 2nd Quarter of 2020.

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