Samsung’s Odyssey Neo G9 Is a Massive Gaming Monitor Packed with Next-Gen Tech – Review Geek
How do you observe up an epic behemoth monitor just like the Odyssey G9 Curved Gaming monitor? You pack it with next-gen tech present in high-end TVs. The Odyssey Neo G9 takes all the things nice concerning the unique and amps it up with Mini LED, lighting results, and a big $2,500 value.
For the report, at $2,500, the Odyssey Neo G9 is $1,000 greater than its predecessors. For your gaming PC-levels of cash, you get the identical 49-inch sized show with a 5120 x 1440 decision. And identical to earlier than, it comes with HDR, 240Hz refresh price, 1ms pixel response time, adaptive sync, and Variable Rate Refresh (VRR).
So what’s new that justifies the upper value? Well, Mini LEDs for one. Mini LED is a next-gen tech at the moment present in high-end TVs. Much like OLED, Mini LED can generate more true blacks, because of a larger variety of dimming zones. But whereas Mini LED nonetheless doesn’t produce fairly as deep a black coloration as OLED, it has a bonus—brightness.
OLED takes a hit within the brightness division, however the Odyssey Neo G9 doesn’t—its display is rated at 2,000 nits. That’s extremely vibrant and double the earlier mannequin’s ranking. And talking of extra, final yr’s mannequin solely had 10 native dimming zones; this yr steps as much as 2048.
It additionally comes with Quantum HDR, which incorporates HDR 10+ help, and Freesync and G-Sync functionality. You ought to have loads of connections, between a single Display Port 1.4 and two HDMI 2.1 ports, alongside with a headphone jack and two USB 3.0 ports. And the bottom retains the ambient lighting from the earlier Odyssey G9 whereas rising the lighting choices.
It’s a lot of gaming monitor, albeit at a excessive $2,500 value. You can pre-order the Odyssey Neo G9 beginning July twenty ninth, 2021, and it’ll arrive globally on August ninth, 2021.