CES 2020: Samsung delivers gamers inditos monitors

CES 2020: Samsung delivers gamers inditos monitors

Samsung is a brand that has long been associated only with its phones and tablets, but also by curved monitors for games like the CHG90. That is why, in the anteroom of CES 2020, he has announced that he will call his gaming monitor subsidiary as Odyssey and launch two new products designed to meet all gamers' needs: the Samsung G7 and the Samsung G9.

Samsung G7

The curved monitor for Samsung G7 games will come in both the size of 27 and 32 inches. It has a QHD resolution of 2,560 x 1,440, an update frequency of 240Hz and a response time of 1 millisecond. All this guarantees that players can take full advantage of fast games like Fortnite and Battlefield V, which are designed for higher update rates.

However, the most important thing is that the screen has an 1800R curve, which is deeper than the 1000R curve of previous generations. According to Samsung, this means that players will feel more immersed in the action on the screen.



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Other features of the monitor include its support for HDR 600, and both AMD FreeSync 2 and Nvidia G-Sync. This guarantees that users can enjoy the technology without stuttering, regardless of the type of graphics card or PC they own. There is even a ring of light on the back that players can change color.

Samsung G9

Then there is the Samsung G9. With 49 inches, it calls this the world's first dual QHD screen in reference to its size, which is similar to two 27-inch monitors. The resolution, meanwhile, reaches 5,120 x 1,440, with the aspect ratio 32: 9.

The monitor has the same update frequency and FreeSync and G-Sync compatibility as the Samsung G7. Its curvature and design, however, are a bit different. The G9 sports a two-tone look, which is similar to an Imperial Star Wars stormtrooper.

It is white on the back, but black on the front. The customizable ring of light is also here, allowing players to configure it as you see fit. The curvature is also in 1000R, similar to Samsung's oldest monitors. However, there is support for HDR1000, which is new and exclusive to the G9.