Samsung’s New OLED Gaming Monitors Look Great

Samsung sells a lot of monitors, some of which are high-end models intended for high refresh rate gaming and wide views. We’re approaching CES 2024, and Samsung has a few new monitors to show off before the avalanche of products starts, featuring high-quality OLED panels and 240Hz refresh rates.

Samsung has just launched its latest Odyssey OLED gaming monitors ahead of CES 2024. The lineup includes a new model of the Odyssey OLED G9, a 49″ curved ultra-wide monitor with DQHD resolution and a 32:9 aspect ratio; the Odyssey OLED G8, a flat 32-inch OLED gaming monitor with 4K UHD resolution; and the Odyssey OLED G6, a 27″ QHD monitor with a 16:9 aspect ratio. All three models boast a 240Hz refresh rate and a 0.03ms GTG response time for the best possible gaming performance.

The monitors feature OLED Glare-Free technology, reducing reflections for consistent brightness and color in various lighting conditions. They support VESA DisplayHDR True Black 400, delivering detailed and vivid colors. Additionally, AMD FreeSync Premium Pro ensures smooth, low-latency HDR gaming. More importantly, though, they’re OLED, which means you get those inky blacks you’ve seen on other OLED monitors and that will do wonders on making your games look amazing.

The monitors also happen to have lots of options for connectivity, including HDMI 2.1 ports, a USB hub, and a DisplayPort 1.4 input. They are VESA mount compatible, so you can easily mount them on a desk or wall and not use the built-in stand. Some of the models also feature a height-adjustable stand with tilt, swivel, and pivot control points.

We don’t have information on how much these will cost, or when exactly you’ll be able to buy them. Like a lot of other CES announcements, only a few product details are public right now. It should become available sometime within 2024—we saw a few announcements last year take several months before actually releasing and making their way to store shelves. We’ll probably have to wait a while. They still look great, though, and we can’t wait until we can check them out by ourselves.

Source: Samsung


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