Samsung today annonced the launch of its flagship gaming monitors including Odyssey G9 and Odyssey G7. The new gaming minitors will arrive in the month of June, the announcement was made official after the company presented a collaboration in South Korea with the local T1 professional eSport team to use their monitors in competitive games such as Valorant, Fortnite, DOTA 2, PUBG, Apex Legends or Overwatch.

The G7 and G9 gaming monitors have been very much in demand after their announcement back in at CES, a fact Phil Gaut, Director of Display and Memory, Samsung Electronics Australia recognised saying:

Samsung recognises the strong demand among Australian gamers for high performance products that will help enhance their game-play experience to new level. We look forward to bringing Odyssey gaming monitors to Australia later this year“.

The Samsung Odyssey G9 arrives with a VA panel featuring Quamtum Dot technology, a size of 49 inches at a Dual Quad HD resolution of 5120 x 1440 pixels @ 240 Hz  (32: 9) with a refresh rate of 1 millisecond and a maximum brightness of 1000 nits which makes it comply with the HDR1000 standard. The information is completed by a striking futuristic design with a bright white exterior with a configurable lightning in 52 colors and 5 lighting modes.

The Samsung Odyssey G7  can be found in 32 and 27 inches with a Quad HD resolution of 2560 x 1440 pixels @ 240 Hz with a maximum brightness of 600 nits  and these units will arrive in black color while maintaining the same lightning in 52 colors. All the monitors have been certified by TÜV Rheinland, they are compatible with Nvidia G-Sync Compatible and Adaptive Sync technology. Learn more about the Samsung Odyssey Curved Gaming Monitors here.

Samsung Odyssey G7
Samsung Odyssey G7


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