How much would you spend on an uncompromising mini LED gaming monitor? Samsung thinks it has an answer.The company will start accepting its reservations Long-lost The Odyssey Neo G9 will be displayed on July 29 at a price of US$2,500.Yes, you can buy a beautiful PC for less than the cost of this curved 49-inch beast-although you may have a good reason to buy it Smaller and flatter Odyssey screen.
As you may have guessed, using mini-LEDs can provide very high contrast for LCD displays. Samsung claims that the black level is only 0.0004. However, because the peak brightness of 2,000 nits makes many TVs look dim in comparison, you also get very bright HDR. Customizable lighting effects help increase flash.
You should also see the same 5,120 x 1,440 resolution, 240Hz refresh rate and 1ms pixel response time Last year’s Odyssey G9, Not to mention the connection that includes two HDMI ports, DisplayPort, and a pair of USB 3.0 connections.
You obviously get features that are difficult to match. However, it is clear that Samsung’s target audience is very limited-Neo G9 is for wealthy gamers who want the most immersive non-VR experience. If you belong to that group, it is easy to reach the best position, but creative professionals (and anyone with a limited budget) may want to look elsewhere.
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