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Samsung debuts three new Odyssey OLED gaming monitors ahead of CES 2024

As the tech world gears up for CES 2024, Samsung has been making waves of its own. Not only will they be hosting their Unpacked Event on January 17th, much earlier than CES, but they have also announced not one, not two, but three new additions to their Odyssey OLED Gaming monitor portfolio. The highlights of these monitors are that they are all OLED displays and feature AMD FreeSync Premium Pro and VESA DisplayHDR True Black 400. Samsung has also added its proprietary anti-glare technology in order to make them friendly to the eyes of the users, especially those, who spend a lot of time on the computer or gaming.

First up, we have the Samsung Odyssey OLED G95SD, which is a 49-inch curved ultra-wide monitor and is also the top-end offering of the trio. It features a stunning resolution of 5120×1440 which is now classified as DQHD. Along with this, you also have a  0.03ms response time, a 240Hz refresh rate, a 32:9 aspect ratio and access to both Samsung’s smart TV platform and the company’s cloud-based Gaming Hub. The design is slim and the aesthetics are very much on point, making this a must-have for gamers and professional animators.

 

Samsung debuts three new Odyssey OLED gaming monitors ahead of CES 2024

 

Next up, we have the Odyssey G80SD, which is the first-ever 32-inch monitor in Samsung’s Odyssey lineup. This display comes with a 4K resolution (3840×2160), a 16:9 aspect ratio, a 0.03ms response time and a snappy 240Hz refresh rate. Samsung says that this display was made keeping in mind restricted space on desks, as evidenced by the 4mm thickness of the monitor. Yes, you read that right. All of this power is in just 4mm thickness. The display also comes with a peak brightness of 450 nits and Samsung has also bundled in the CoreLighting+ technology for unique ambient lighting setups.

 

Samsung debuts three new Odyssey OLED gaming monitors ahead of CES 2024

 

Finally, we have the G60SD, which is a 27-inch OLED display and is the smallest of the trio. Samsung however, has not cut any corners, as this display also comes with a 360Hz refresh rate and a QHD (2560×1440) resolution. It also comes with a slim frame and CoreLighting+ technology for ambient lighting setups. Users can also adjust the display via tilt, pivot, and swivel.

 

Samsung debuts three new Odyssey OLED gaming monitors ahead of CES 2024

 

As far as the pricing is concerned, Samsung will presumably reveal the same, either at the CES 2024 event or at their Unpacked event. Going by past history, we expect them to carry this announcement into CES2024 and focus on their smartphone offerings at their Unpacked event.