Samsung’s 57-inch Odyssey Neo G9, its huge gaming monitor that’s like having two 32-inch 4K shows sat subsequent to one another, shall be out there within the US in October for $2,499.99, the company has announced. In case you’re within the UK the monitor is offered to preorder from at the moment for £2,199.99.
In 2023, Samsung is now providing 57 inches of curved Mini LED show with a refresh charge of 240Hz, a peak brightness of 1000 nits (VESA DisplayHDR 1000 licensed, 420 nits typical), and a complete decision of seven,680 x 2,160. That interprets to a wildly ultra-wide 32:9 facet ratio. Our expertise with earlier screens this extensive is that the additional horizontal decision finally ends up being extra helpful for multi-tasking relatively than ultra-wide gaming. My colleague Sean Hollister explored the problem in-depth when he reviewed a earlier Odyssey G9 monitor, however the quick model is that almost all 3D video games begin to turn out to be significantly warped on screens this extensive, even once they assist the decision within the first place.
For multitasking, Samsung has outfitted the 57-inch Odyssey Neo G9 with picture-in-picture and picture-by-picture show modes, permitting you to show content material from a number of inputs concurrently. The monitor is provided with one DisplayPort 2.1 port, in addition to three HDMI 2.1 ports. There’s additionally a USB hub included for good measure, although Samsung’s press launch doesn’t supply particulars on precisely what number of ports that will get you. The monitor helps AMD’s FreeSync Premium Professional variable refresh charge tech.
In addition to the 57-inch Odyssey Neo G9, Samsung has additionally introduced a launch window for the 2023 version of its 55-inch Odyssey Ark, which shall be out there within the US in October. Samsung says the 55-inch show can present as much as 4 inputs on the display without delay (three HDMI and a DisplayPort), and likewise sports activities a built-in KVM (keyboard, video, mouse) swap. There’s no signal of a value simply but.