South Korean tech giant Samsung recently introduced a new line-up of curved gaming monitors named Samsung Odyssey at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2020 in Las Vegas. Also Read - CES 2020: Asus ROG Swift 360Hz is the world's first 360Hz monitor for esports with NVIDIA G-SYNC support
“Samsung’s new curved gaming monitor line-up has been completely redesigned to give gamers an entirely new and immersive experience,” Seog-gi Kim, Executive Vice-President of the Visual Display Business at Samsung Electronics said in a statement on Friday. Also Read - HP Elite Dragonfly G2 with 10th gen Intel chips, 5G, and built-in tile tag launched at CES 2020
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Samsung Odyssey Features
The Samsung Odyssey is available in two sizes. The larger G9 model has a 49-inch display and the smaller G7 model has a 32-inch display. The redesigned gaming monitors promise to take gaming to the next level. The Samsung Odyssey is one of the first-ever monitors to feature a deep curving 1000R high-performance curvature and the amazing OLED picture quality. Also Read - Lenovo announces 3 new laptops ahead of CES 2020; ThinkCentre M90a All-in-One PC and more
According to the company, the monitor’s performance has been certified by TUV Rheinland, a leading international certification organization. The organization also awarded Samsung with certifications for the industry’s first high performance 1000R curved display and Eye Comfort.
Further, the monitor offers gamers 1ms response time and 240Hz RapidCurve technology. This makes gaming very immersive and gamers are put right in the middle of the action. The Samsung Odyssey monitors will also support NVIDIA G-sync compatibility and adaptive sync on DP1.4 The new monitors aim to serve gamer’s needs for speed, responsiveness and minimal distractions into account, equipping them with the best gaming experience possible.
Other Samsung tech at CES 2020
Samsung has been going all out with displays this year at CES 2020. The brand will also feature a new rotating television called the Samsung Sero. The stand-mounted Sero will be able to automatically detect content orientation and rotate accordingly. Samsung is also launching a new variant of the ‘The Frame’. Another screen is an 8K QLED display which has a 90 percent screen to body ratio.
(With inputs from IANS)