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Odyssey Neo G9
Samsung’s newest Odyssey Neo G9 delivers a 7680 by 2160 resolution on a 57″ screen, pushing the boundaries of 32:9 ultrawide monitors. Using a 240hz Quantum mini LED screen that curved by 1000R, and featuring VESA Display HDR 1000 certification, this monitor promises strong immersion and image quality. It also uses a matte coating on the screen to reduce reflections. To transmit such high quality imagery, it is one of the first monitors to use the new DisplayPort 2.1 specification, allowing lossless DSC transmission.
Odyssey Oled G9
Another monitor in the G9 series, this one uses Samsung’s own quantum dot OLED panel on a 49″ 1800R curved display at 5120 by 1440. It features the 0.1 ms response time and a dynamic 1’000’000:1 contrast ratio we have come to expect from OLED displayes, which paired together with its 240hz refresh rate is sure to provide a vibrant and smooth gaming experience.
On the professional side of products, the Viewfinity S9 uses a 5120 by 2880 screen at 27″ and is claimed come with a color-gamut of 99% DCI-P3 and an incredible Delta E of less than 2. For creators, that means incredibly accurate color reproduction under any conditions. The monitor has a built in calibration engine that can be controlled using a mobile app. It connects via USB-C and Thunderbolt 4. Lastly the monitor also comes with a 4K webcam.
Smart Monitor M8
For multimedia users, Samsung released a 27″ version of its 4K smart monitor. Coming in multiple color options, the monitor is flexible in its adjustment for both height and tilt and can connect with a multitude of smart devices. The webcam has also been upgraded to 2K.
You can read the press release here.