Samsung’s Latest Gaming Monitors Include An 8K, 57-Inch Ultra-Wide Display

    Samsung's Latest Gaming Monitors Include An 8K, 57-Inch Ultra-Wide Display

    With the 57-inch Odyssey Neo G9, Samsung is advancing into the world of enormous monitors. Due to its ultrawide aspect ratio of 32:9, some people may find this model to be a little more tolerable than the 55-inch Odyssey Ark Samsung unveiled last year (the Ark is a 16:9 display). Zeta Halo might feel more immersive and more pleasant to use as an up-close display than the Odyssey Ark, even though you might need to turn your head to completely take it in while playing Halo Infinite or to see all the programmes you have open. Just don’t anticipate using the Neo G9 vertically.

    Samsung first teased the newest Neo G9 in November. It has an 8K display with a 7,860 x 2,160 pixel resolution. It is the first dual UHD mini-LED monitor, according to Samsung. It boasts a matte display to reflect light and reduce glare, a 1,000,000:1 contrast ratio, and HDR 1000 support. The Neo G9’s 240Hz refresh rate and 1ms reaction time suggest that it would be a good choice for high-performance gaming. Furthermore, according to Samsung, it is the first gaming monitor with DisplayPort 2.1 connectivity. Later, the corporation will provide further information, including the crucial cost.

    This year’s CES will include additional displays from Samsung, including the company’s first curved OLED gaming monitors. At IFA last year, it made the Odyssey G8 OLED announcement. The 3,440 x 1,440 resolution and 175Hz refresh rate of the 34-inch, 21:9 display are very impressive. Samsung has already begun selling it in some markets and promises that the US will get access to it very soon.

    A 49-inch curved OLED gaming display with many of the same capabilities as the Odyssey G8 has recently been unveiled by the business. Both have a 1ms reaction time, 3.6mm thickness, and an 1800R screen curvature, as well as AMD FreeSync Premium and adaptive sync to reduce screen tearing. They each include an HDR True Black 400 Neo Quantum Processor, which Samsung claims can produce “brighter whites, deeper blacks, and nearly limitless colour contrast.” Mini-DisplayPort, HDMI, and USB-C are the available ports; the latter supports charging up to 65W. Both displays come with the Samsung Gaming Hub, which gives users access to online gaming platforms like NVIDIA GeForce Now and Xbox Cloud Gaming.

    The Samsung Odyssey G95SC, on the other hand, is touted as the world’s first 32:9 OLED gaming display. It has a Dual Quad-HD display with a resolution of 5,120 x 1,440 and a refresh rate of 240Hz.

    A new version of the Smart Monitor is also available that supports video streaming, cloud gaming, Microsoft 365 apps, and a SmartThings hub. The 32-inch 4K, 16:9 Smart Monitor M80C has a removable SlimFit Camera.

    The newest model has a new customising function called My Contents. On the ambient display, this will display the weather, pictures, schedules, and more. When a connected device is within Bluetooth range, the tailored content will only be displayed.

    Additionally, Samsung unveiled its first 5K monitor, which is intended for artists. The 27-inch ViewFinity S9 supports HDR 600, has a broad colour gamut of 99 percent DCI-P3, and has a resolution of 5,120 x 2,880. Users are to be given detailed, crisp, and clean images. A matte display, a detachable 4K camera, HDMI, DisplayPort, and USB-C connectors are also included. The SmartThings App and a smartphone camera will be used to calibrate the ViewFinity S9.