Samsung has been producing gaming monitors for many years, but executives in the company’s display department said that last year Odyssey G9 It is its first flagship gaming monitor. NThere is now a new Odyssey in town, and from what we have seen so far, it has easily won the crown of gaming monitors.
TonHis new Odyssey Neo G9 The size and resolution are the same as its predecessor, but for up to date Model, Samsung has switched to Quantum Matrix panel with miniLED and Quantum HDR support.it is Similar to what you are in Samsung’s high-end TV, but For the first time Gaming monitor.A sort ofAfter seeing this with my own eyes, the impact of the new panel is far-reaching.
On Neo G9, the peak brightness now reaches a dazzling 2,000 nits (last year’s model was 1,000 nits), 2,048 dimming zones provide better contrast while almost completely eliminating The distracting halo you often see on monitors that use old technology.
As before, the pixel response speed is still very fast, only 1 millisecond, and the ridiculously wide 32:9 5,210 x 1440 aspect ratio display provides you with more screen space than you might know——Or at least I think so. The 240Hz refresh rate of Neo G9 also remains the same, which is still impressive for such a large display, and it Also includes It supports variable refresh rate through AMD FreeSync Premium Pro and Nvidia G-Sync compatibility, and there are DisplayPort 1.4 and HDMI 2.1 connections on the back.
The extreme curvature of Neo G9 is still almost comical in my personal opinion, until you really sit in front of it And realized that its 1000R curvature means that no matter where you look, the screen keeps the same distance from your eyes. This means that your eyes never have to refocus as on a traditional flat-panel display of the same size. And the built-in blue light filter can help you avoid Eye fatigue or headache during prolonged gaming.
But this is not all.A sort ofFor a long time, with exquisite new panels, Samsung is stepping up The design of Neo G9 doubles the big ball of light on the back.TonThe old G9 was limited to various preset patterns and lighting combinations, but On Neo G9, Samsung includes a New CoreSync features, It can automatically analyze any content you are viewing, and then project similar colors to the wall behind the display, adding some built-in bias lighting.
Samsung’s test setup did not personally demonstrate Neo G9’s new offset lighting well, but When everything is combined, you will get a gaming experience that is different from any other product on the market.In games with native HDR support, such as Shadow of the Tomb Raider and Doom is eternal, Rich shadows and dynamic lighting are Very charming, and the huge 49-inch screen wraps you like a cocoon.Even in games without full HDR Cyberpunk 2077, The saturated colors and reflections of Neo G9 still look great.Even if I do a little bit of pixel peeking, it’s hard for me to find out Edge or chroma subsampling, where Sometimes it appears on high refresh rate monitors.
Now comes the bad news: WStuffed with so many technologies inside, the price of the Neo G9 is also jaw-dropping, at $2,500-a full Grover Cleveland higher than last year’s G9.So, instead of casually wondering if this thing is suitable for your desk (Samsung even provides an optional VESA bracket for wall mounting), it seems G9 Neo may just be a big-name feedTime Twitch strFollowers who want to yield to followers. However, if you have enough funds and space, Neo G9 has just become the crown of the top gaming monitors money can buy.
Samsung Odyssey Neo G9 will start pre-orders On July 29, orders are expected to start shipping sometime in August.