Samsung, one of the world’s largest electronics companies, has already made news with the announcement of their largest 49-inch gaming display in 2021. Samsung intends to provide something unique and appealing to customers this year.
As we all know, Samsung is constantly striving to bring competitive goods to market at reasonable prices. As a result, it is bringing back the Samsung Odyssey Neo G9 this time. This time, it is larger than the previous one and has high-tech specs.
The CES exhibition was held in Las Vegas, and OLED monitors were popular. Samsung has unveiled two new gaming monitors with bold features.
Odyssey Neo G9
The Odyssey G9 was on display at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES). It is the successor to Samsung’s previous Neo G9, a small LED display that costs $2,499 (about Rs 565833.48/-Pkr).
Furthermore, because Samsung has worked so hard to give the greatest quality product to clients, the screen is 57′′ and is touted as a “super ultra-wide curved display” this time.
Samsung’s first 8K ultra-wide display, the Odyssey G9, has a resolution of 78602160 pixels. Not only that, but it has a 32.9 aspect ratio. However, it is critical to note that this is not the same resolution as regular 8K TVs. The previous ones had an usual resolution of 78604320 pixels, which is four times as numerous as 4K.
The Neo G9 is a new technology with excellent specs and a large number of pixels. It is not incorrect to claim that it is double the size of a typical 4K display. As a result, this is not the first gaming monitor to include a display port 2.1. However, Samsung has not stated what additional inputs it can handle.
It is a massive display, measuring 49 inches wide. It features a more modest 1800R curve and a resolution of 5.1201440. It uses the company’s quantum dot OLED technology and has a refresh rate of 240 Hz. It enables per-pixel control and the limitless blacks that OLEDs are known for. However, it has a contrast ratio of roughly 1,000,000:1 and a reaction time of 0.1ms.
This also has lossless display screen compression capability. There are presently no specifics on whether or not it will include a One Connect Box, comparable to the Odyssey Ark.
It also has a 1,000,000:1 contract ratio, a smooth 240 Hz refresh rate, HDR 1,000 compatibility, and a rapid 0.1ms reaction time.
Samsung has revealed thus much information regarding the display and other technological aspects, but the firm has vowed to divulge more in the near future.
Unfortunately, the display will not be available until later this year, and no pricing has been determined. Given the display’s high-end features, we expect it to cost much more than $2,500. These are the same characteristics as Lags’ current OLED gaming panel, which is available through Alien ware.