Samsung Unveils Its Expanded Odyssey Gaming Monitor Lineup
Versatile new options provide players around the globe with incredible picture quality and superior design
Samsung Electronics, the number one player in the gaming monitor market,1 today announced the expanded Odyssey monitor lineup will be available across the global markets from June 21, , providing gamers of all skill sets with superb picture quality and futuristic design.
Following the curved gaming monitor launch in , Samsung now offers a variety of Odyssey monitors in flat-screen design, ranging from 24 to 28 inches. The new lineup delivers hyper-real picture quality, a higher response level, tailored ergonomics and intuitive usability. Together with these latest features, gaming enthusiasts can enjoy real-world colors, pinpoint accuracy and sharp response speeds for their PC and console gaming entertainment devices.
As gaming industry continues to thrive worldwide, Samsung Odyssey has quickly become the number one choice among gamers seeking incredible picture quality and high performance, all in one package. The expanded lineup now ensures gamers can choose a monitor that can accommodate their exact preferences and play needs.
“Gaming connects the entire world through shared experiences, bringing together people of all backgrounds for adventures into new realities,” said Hyesung Ha, Senior Vice President of Visual Display Business at Samsung Electronics. “The expanded Odyssey gaming monitor lineup will enrich these experiences to more players, whether they are seeking tournament victories or just looking to explore the next great game.”
The latest additions to Samsung’s Odyssey gaming monitor lineup include:
- Odyssey G7 28” (Model: G70A) – The Odyssey G7 combines spellbinding visuals with next-gen performance for players. Featuring an Ultra High Definition (UHD) panel with a wide degree viewing angle, along with HDR, the G7 produces incredible colors with more contrast, deeper blacks and brighter whites for spectacular depth and life-like detail. With a 4K industry-leading Hz refresh rate and ultra-low 1ms2 response time, combined with NVIDIA® G-SYNC® Compatible and AMD FreeSync Premium Pro, players get real-world accuracy. Thanks to HDMI compatibility, delivering max resolution and refresh rates for not only PC, but next-generation consoles with 4K Hz support, G7 offers high-quality consistency in every play. The G7’s signature CoreSync design brings the colors of games off-screen and into players’ real environments for world-blending immersion with a personal touch.
- Odyssey G5 27” (Model: G50A) – The Odyssey G5 is perfect for players looking to take their games to the next level, both on PC and next-generation gaming consoles. It is the first Odyssey that features a Quad High Definition (QHD) panel with a Hz refresh rate delivering a 1ms3 response time as well as HDR10 for awe-inspiring graphics that are ready to perform. G-SYNC Compatible and AMD FreeSync Premium take performance up a level to provide a stutter-free competitive edge. With a height-adjustable stand, players can tilt, swivel and pivot their monitor to create a fully ergonomic setup that’s comfortable to play on for hours.
- Odyssey G3 27” and 24” (Model: G30A) – The Odyssey G3 is ideal for all players looking for an accessible way to step up their game. With a speedy Hz refresh rate and 1ms4 (MPRT) response time, pixels change with a near-instant response for fast-paced action and swift on-screen performance. AMD FreeSync Premium smooths out the action for uninterrupted game flow, allowing players to see games just as the creators intended. The G3 features a height-adjustable stand, ensuring players are just as comfortable as they are immersed.
The Samsung G70A and G50A Odyssey gaming monitors also include an array of intuitive multitasking features to get the most out of every interaction whether gaming, enjoying creating content. Each monitor features multiple screen management tools for multitasking. Users can effortlessly game, watch and chat all at the same time with Picture-by-Picture (PBP) or create a virtual second screen with Picture-in-Picture (PIP) with flexible customization. With Easy Setting Box, players can conveniently manage multiple screens on one monitor with fully optimized window allocations for better multitasking, so players no longer have to choose between watching their favorite streamer or playing their game.
Additionally, with Auto Source Switch+, players can get to their content faster without flipping through multiple inputs. Users can easily turn on PCs or consoles for the monitor to instantly recognize and switch to the active input.
For more information, please visit: https://displaysolutions.samsung.com/monitor/detail//G28AG
|Display||Screen Size||28||27||27, 24|
|Flat / Curved||Flat|
|Brightness (Typical)|| cd/㎡|
|Resolution||3, x 2,||2, x 1,||1, x 1,|
|Viewing Angle||°(Horizontal) / °(Vertical)|
|Frame Rate||Max Hz||Max Hz||Max Hz|
|FreeSync||FreeSync Premium Pro||FreeSync Premium|
|Auto Source Switch+||Yes|
|Etc.(1)||Eye Saver Mode, Flicker Free, Black Equalizer, Refresh Rate Optimizer|
|Etc.(2)||Low Input Lag Mode, Super Arena Gaming UX, Ultrawide Game View, CoreSync Lighting|
|Interface||Display Port (1EA),|
HDMI (2EA),USB Up (1EA) & Down (2EA)
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|Display Port (1EA),|
|Ergonomics||HAS(Height Adjustable Stand), Tilt, Swivel, Pivot|
1 Based on global market share in IDC Q1 Final History Report.
2 Based on Gray to Gray (GTG) industry standard measuring how long it takes a pixel to change gray levels.
3 Based on Gray to Gray (GTG) industry standard measuring how long it takes a pixel to change gray levels.
4 Based on industry standard Moving Picture Response Time (MPRT) measuring the “motion blur” of rapidly moving objects in a sequence of images.
※ All images attached in the press releases published on Samsung Newsroom are also available on Samsung Newsroom's Media Library.
Samsung Unveils New Odyssey Gaming Monitor Line-up at CES
G9 and G7 curved QLED gaming monitors are more immersive than ever with R curvature and superior performance that gamers demand
Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd., the global leader in the gaming monitor market*, today introduced its new line-up of groundbreaking curved Odyssey gaming monitors at CES The new line-up has been completely reimagined with gamers in mind, including radically new curved displays and industry-leading performance features for a whole new way to game.
Comprised of the G9 model – with an industry-leading 49” display – and the G7, available in 32” and 27” , both Odyssey gaming monitors are completely redesigned and take immersive gaming to the next level. Both monitors feature an extremely deep curvature – the first ever monitors to possess a high-performance R curvaturestunning QLED picture quality.
The monitor`s superior performances have even been certified by TÜV Rheinland, a leading international certification organization which has awarded Samsung the industry`s first high performance R curved display and Eye Comfort certificate. Gamers can benefit from 1ms response time and hz RapidCurve™, putting themselves in the middle of the action. Samsung`s newest gaming monitors will support NVIDIA G-SYNC® Compatibility** and Adaptive Sync on DP Both monitors have also been redesigned with a completely new take on what gaming monitors can look like.
“The new Odyssey portfolio proves that Samsung is continuing to drive innovation with industry-leading technology and design that allow gamers significantly better performances,” said Seog-gi Kim, Executive Vice President of the Visual Display Business at Samsung Electronics. Samsung’s new curved gaming monitor line-up has been completely redesigned to give gamers an entirely new and immersive experience.”
Immersion and speed are critical as gaming is more competitive than ever. The new monitors’ gaming-focused, technical innovations take gamers’ needs for speed, responsiveness and minimal distractions into account, equipping them with the best gaming experience possible.
49” G9: The Most Immersive Gaming Experience
The G9 is the world’s first Dual Quad High-Definition (DQHD; resolution) Hz rapid refresh rate, 1ms response time, aspect ratio gaming monitor, with a deep, immersive R curve and cd/m2 peak brightness. The monitor features Quantum dot technology combined with a HDR VA panel to produce lifelike colors in vivid detail. The combination of quick response time and refresh rate along with industry-leading R curve eliminates distractions and lag time, creating ultra-smooth screen transitions for critical gaming moments where a split second could mean the difference between winning and losing.
The G9 has a striking new design with a glossy white exterior and a futuristic infinity core lighting glowing rear core, which includes 52 colors and five lighting effect options. The design and lighting effects stand out from the competition and complement any gaming setup.
32” and 27” G7: A Whole New Gaming Experience
Gamers will appreciate that the G7 has the same quick response time and refresh rate, deep curved display, and overall performance of the G9, in smaller 32” and 27” models. The G7’s Quad-High Definition (QHD; resolution), aspect ratio and HDR VA panel are complemented by a cd/m2 peak brightness. Additionally, the G7’s QLED screen with Quantum dot technology provides an exceptionally wide range of accurate color reproductions that stay crisp and clear even in bright light.
The G7 has been completely redesigned with a sleek, matte black exterior and color-changing rear core lighting that can remain static or dim during gameplay, as well as change colors based on gamers’ preferences. In addition, the G7 has added dynamic shapes and lighting to the monitor`s front bezel.
To fully experience the G9 and G7, please visit Samsung at CES at the Central Hall (Booth #) from January , For additional information on all Samsung gaming monitors, please visit https://displaysolutions.samsung.com/monitor/odyssey.
Samsung’s G9 and G7 will be available globally beginning Q2
* Accounting for % of all revenue in per IDC3Q data.
** G-SYNC Compatibility validation for G9 and G7 gaming monitors are currently in progress.
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CES hasn’t started yet, but Samsung is already getting started with a pair of new QLED gaming monitors that look to check nearly every spec box, led by the absolutely massive inch Odyssey G9, Samsung’s curviest screen yet.
The Odyssey G9 isn’t the first curved gaming display from Samsung, nor is it the first inch one, or even the first at such a high resolution (that honor goes to last year’s CRG9). But the Odyssey ups the specs in nearly every way: while the x resolution and HDR rating are the same, the new screen offers twice the refresh rate, at up to Hz, a even quicker 1ms response time, and support for both AMD’s FreeSync 2 along with newly added Nvidia G-Sync compatibility.
The display is also Samsung’s first consumer display with an R curve, filling roughly the same field of view as the human eye (monitor curvature tends to range from R to R, with a greater curvature the lower the number.) In other words, the inch G9 curves more than most other displays, including the CRG9 (which had a less severe R curve) for a more immersive experience that feels like the screen is wrapped around your head.
Of course, given that it’s a gaming monitor, the back also features a giant glowing blue light that makes the display look like it’s powered by one of Tony Stark’s leftover Iron Man arc reactors.
Alongside the Odyssey G9, Samsung also announced the Odyssey G7, a smaller x monitor that comes in both inch and inch sizes. Like the larger Odyssey G9 panels, the G7 models also offer a R curvature, rely on Samsung’s QLED technology, feature a Hz refresh rate, 1ms response time, and FreeSync 2 and G-Sync. The only real difference — aside from size — is the level of HDR supported. The G7 models only are rated for HDR (for a minimum peak luminance of cd/m2), compared to the HDR rating on the G9.
Samsung has yet to announce a price or release date for either display, but if the $1, CRG9 from last year is anything to go by, the new displays likely won’t be cheap.
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The 6 Best Curved Monitors - Fall Reviews
The best curved monitor with a super ultrawide screen that we've tested is the Samsung Odyssey G9. It's a 49 inch monitor with a aspect ratio that provides incredible immersion in games and plenty of space for multitasking. It's equivalent to two 27 inch, p monitors placed side-by-side but without any distracting bezels in between. It doesn't have the best viewing angles, but thanks to its aggressive curvature, images remain relatively accurate at the edges of the screen, even if you sit up close.
Gaming feels amazingly smooth and responsive. It has good response times and a Hz refresh rate; however, you can only achieve its full Hz if you have a graphics card that supports Display Stream Compression. Input lag is exceptionally low, and it has both native FreeSync support and G-SYNC compatibility to reduce screen tearing. It can display a wide color gamut and gets very bright, enough to deliver a true cinematic HDR experience.
Unfortunately, even though it has a VA panel, the contrast ratio is only decent, so blacks still look grayish in the dark. Also, its edge-lit local dimming is terrible and can be quite distracting. On the upside, it has plenty of features, including two USB ports, a Picture-in-Picture/Picture-by-Picture mode, and even some RGB bias lighting on the back of the monitor. If you're looking for a smooth and immersive gaming experience, this is the one to get. It's been replaced by the Samsung Neo G9, but we haven't tested it yet.
See our reviewSours: https://www.rtings.com/monitor/reviews/best/by-features/curved
2020 new samsung monitor
In this article, you will find the latest news regarding monitor panel development by the three biggest monitor panel manufacturers, which include LG, Samsung, and AU Optronics, as well as Innolux, BOE, and Sharp.
Well also add all new and exciting monitors that get announced. Feel free to bookmark this page to always stay on track with the latest monitor releases and news.
Keep in mind that the dates in the tables below imply when the said panel should go into mass production and that these dates may change.
For news regarding OLED monitors, check out our dedicated guide about OLED panels.
Corsair release their first monitor, the Xeneon 32QHD
Added information about the upcoming Boox Mira E Ink monitors.
The ASUS PG32UQ is now up on Amazon.
Sceptre releases the first 40 flat-screen ultrawide gaming monitors, theEB-QUNW and EB-QUNB. Both models feature IPS panels with 99% sRGB color gamut, a contrast ratio, a nit peak brightness, and FreeSync up to Hz. The UWQHD resolution on the viewable screen of the monitors result in a pixel density of PPI.
Added the Acer Predator XBK GS, a 27 4K Hz 1ms FreeSync IPS gaming monitor with DisplayHDR , Adobe RGB color gamut, HDMI and USB-C (DP Alt Mode and 65W PD).
Added the AOC AGFZ and the AOC AGUX, as well as more information about the MSI MPGUR-QD; updated the specifications in the table below.
Philips announced the M1RV 4K Hz 1ms FreeSync IPS gaming monitor based on the same panel as the LG 27GP with DisplayHDR and 98% DCI-P3 color gamut. Additionally, the monitor features the Ambiglow RGB technology, zone local dimming, and USB-C with 65W PD.
The LG 40WP95C is now available for pre-order.
The Acer Predator X34S and the Samsung Odyssey S28AG7A are now up on Amazon.
Added the Acer Predator X27 S, a new 27 4K Hz FreeSync IPS gaming monitor with a zone mini LED FALD backlight.
Added the Acer Nitro XVU KF, a new 27 p Hz FreeSync IPS gaming monitor with DisplayHDR
ASUS announced the ProArt PA32DC (32 4K 60Hz OLED) and PA32UCR (32 4K 60Hz zone mini LED FALD Adobe RGB) monitors.
The Gigabyte M32U is now availalbe on B&H for pre-order.
Added the ViewSonic VXK-PRO and the ViewSonic VXK-Pro 4K Hz (Hz OC) 1ms IPS HDMI monitors.
The ASUS PGQM is now available for pre-order on B&H.
The Gigabyte Aorus FO48U 48 4K Hz OLED gaming monitor is now up on Newegg.
The ASUS XG43UQ 43 4K Hz VA gaming monitor with FreeSync, DisplayHDR and HDMI is now up on Amazon for $
Innolux announced a few new panels, the most interesting one being a 27 p Hz mini LED panel with 99% DCI-P3 and DisplayHDR The number of dimming zones as well as price/release date are unknown at the moment though.
The ASUS PGQM is now up on ASUS webstore.
The Acer Predator XBQK NV 32 4K Hz IPS monitor with HDMI , DisplayHDR and FreeSync is now up on Acers store for $1,
The Gigabyte Aorus FV43U is now up on Amazon.
The LG 34GPG 34 Hz OC 1ms Nano IPS ultrawide curved gaming monitor with G-SYNC Ultimate and DisplayHDR is now available on Amazon.
At ChinaJoy, BOE Technology revealed their own Hz panel, as well as a super-ultrawide OLED panel and a 10,zone FALD mini LED ADS Pro panel.
The ViewSonic XG is now available for pre-order. Its the first p Hz IPS gaming monitor available thats based on a new panel instead of . Its also the first monitor to receive Blur Busters Certification for superior backlight strobing performance.
The Samsung Odyssey Neo G9 is now up for pre-order.
Added new information regarding AUOs new panels.
A lot of development dates have been pushed into late or There are a few additions as well, including a 32 4K Hz panel with zone mini LED FALD backlight and a p Hz TN panel. AUO also wants to focus on developing p Hz, p Hz, and 4K Hz panels in late and More info.
Added new information regarding LGs new panels.
The most interesting news include a 27 4K Hz panel with zone mini LED FALD, a 25 p Hz IPS panel, and a 27 p Hz curved IPS panel. LG also wants to improve response time overdrive, color gamut, low-blue light, and introduce the new IPS Black technology.
The new Samsung Odyssey Neo G9 trailer reveals the release date to be 29 July, but the official pricing is still unknown ($ according to some leaks).
The Acer XVQF p Hz IPS FreeSync gaming monitor is now up on Amazon for $
The Samsung Odyssey Neo G9 information has leaked on some product pages (which get taken down shortly after) including a release date for September and a $ price tag.
The Samsung S43AM70 is now available on Amazon. Its a 43 4K VA smart monitor with integrated streaming apps, Microsoft , DeX, USB-C (with 65W PD), and more.
Popular Upcoming Monitors
In the list below, well keep the most looked-for upcoming monitors. The latest additions are in bold. To check out all recently announced or released displays, keep scrolling down!
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p Hz Monitor List
Due to the increasing popularity of p Hz gaming monitors, well keep an updated list right here!
In and , AUO plans to develop p Hz, p Hz, and 4K Hz panels! The exact combinations of available screen sizes, panel types and other specifications are unknown at the moment, but well be adding them to the tables below as AUO reveals them.
Mini LED Monitors
AUO OLED Panels
AUO TN Panels
AUO IPS Panels
AUO VA Panels
New AUO Monitors
AUO announced new displays featuring built-in ART (advanced reflectionless technology) for improved reflection handling, including a 27 p Hz gaming display with 1ms latency and a 32 8K professional editing display.
We have yet to see more information regarding panel type, release date, pricing, and other specifications. Well update the article as soon as something new comes up. In the meantime, you can check out AUOs page for additional information.
Just like AUO, LG plans to develop a p Hz panel. Its a IPS panel with an sRGB color gamut and DisplayHDR Panel development is set for Q4 though. Theyre also planning a p panel with a refresh rate higher than Hz in
Additionally, LG wants to improve response time overdrive implementations on their panels even further for less overshoot.
New LG panels will also feature reduced low-blue light emission to meet the latest Eyesafe certification.
In , LG wants to extend the color gamut coverage of their panels to % DCI-P3 and over 90% Rec in
Finally, theyre working on the IPS Black technology. There isnt much information available about it yet, but its supposed to improve blacks on their IPS panels as the name suggests. The production of the first panels utilizing this technology should start in January ; theyll be available in 27 and 32 4K wide color gamut variants.
On top of that, LG Display is planning 42 OLED TVs for
Nano IPS Panels
LG IPS Panels
Here, youll find the latest panel developments regarding BOEs ADS (Advanced Super Dimension Switch), basically IPS, panels.
BOEs also working on their BD Cell technology, aiming to compete with OLED. It involves a dual-cell panel with pixel-level backlight control that should bring bit color depth support and a contrast ratio of up to 2,, Well add more information regarding this technology and its development as it becomes available.
They also have a R curved super-ultrawide OLED panel in the works, though thats all the information we have regarding the panel at the moment.
BOE IPS Panels
24 p Hz IPS Panels
Below, you will find more information about new monitors by various popular manufacturers. Some of these monitors use the above-mentioned panels, but its unknown what panel will be used for most of them. Click on the monitor manufacturer to jump to their models.
Corsair Xeneon 32QHD
The Xeneon 32QHD is Corsairs first monitor. Its based on a 32 p Hz IPS panel by AU Optronics and features a QDEF (quantum dot enhanced film) layer for the wide % Adobe RGB color gamut.
It supports variable refresh rate, MBR, DisplayHDR and has an sRGB emulation mode (adjustable brightness, other settings are locked).
Connectivity options include two HDMI ports, DisplayPort , USB-C (DP Alt Mode, 15W PD), a headphone jack and a dual-USB hub, while the stand offers height adjustment up to mm, tilt by -5°/20° and xmm VESA mount compatibility.
Its $ price tag is quite steep though as you can get the ASUS PGQ based on the same panel with better overdrive implementation and DisplayHDR support for $ less.
The Gigabyte M32Q offers similar image quality and performance (though without the Adobe RGB gamut) at basically half the price.
Finally, you can get a 32 4K Hz IPS gaming monitor for around the same price, such as the Gigabyte M32U with 90% DCI-P3 for $ or the ASUS PG32UQ with % Adobe RGB for $1,
The Acer EICRG9 will be based on the same panel as the new mini-LED version of the Odyssey G9, so we can expect the same key specifications.
Its a 49 Hz ultrawide curved (R) gaming monitor with a fast 1ms GtG response time speed, DisplayHDR , zone local dimming solution, FreeSync/G-SYNC Compatible support, and 95% DCI-P3 color gamut.
Well update the article once we have more information!
Update: It seems that Acer paused the development of the EICRG9, so its presentation will be delayed.
The Philips P2MRX is a 27 4K IPS monitor featuring a mini-LED backlight with a zone full-array local dimming solution for an amazing HDR image quality; it even has VESAs high-end DisplayHDR certification.
Other specifications include a wide % Adobe RGB color gamut, Delta E < 2 factory-calibration, and two Thunderbolt 4 ports. More information to follow.
Philips announced the new M1RV 32 4K Hz IPS gaming monitor.
The main specifications include quick 1ms GtG pixel response time, wide 95% DCI-P3 color gamut, nit peak brightness, 1, contrast ratio, bit color depth, and ° viewing angles.
The display also features Delta E < 2 factory-calibration, FreeSync, Ambiglow RGB lighting, and DTS integrated speakers.
Connectivity options include DisplayPort , two HDMI ports (sadly no HDMI ), and a USB-C port.
No word on pricing and availability yet.
New Console Gaming Displays
Philips has introduced three new console gaming monitors to their Momentum series:
- Philips M1RY 55 4K Hz VA display with HDR and edge-lit local dimming. It also offers three HDMI ports, DisplayPort, and a quad-USB hub. The HDMI ports are limited to 60Hz at 4K or Hz at p. For 4K Hz, you will need to use the DisplayPort input.
- Philips M1RYV 55 4K Hz VA display with HDR, HDMI , and USB-C (with 65W PD and DP Alt Mode).
- Philips M1R 32 4K Hz VA monitor with HDR , 1ms MPRT, and the same connectivity options as the 55 variant + HDMI
Both monitors support AMD FreeSync and feature the Ambiglow RGB lighting technology.
The release date of the Philips M1R has been pushed to Q1 , as Philips wants to implement HDMI to make the monitors ready for the next-gen consoles.
AOC AGON AGQXM
The AOC AGQXM is a 27 p Hz (Hz OC) 1ms GtG FreeSync gaming monitor based on an IPS panel with a wide 99% Adobe RGB and 98% DCI-P3 color gamut.
More importantly, it will feature a mini LED backlight with a zone full-array local dimming system and have a strong peak brightness of 1,nits thus earning VESAs DisplayHDR certification.
Its the first p gaming monitor with meaningful HDR support, which is something that will interest many gamers who prefer higher frame rates to 4K UHD resolution!
The price and release date are currently unknown. Its also possible that this will be a China-exclusive model, but at least were seeing that proper HDR support is on its way to the more affordable and easier-to-drive p widescreen monitors.
Expect an update as soon as something new comes up.
Other Upcoming AOC Gaming Displays
- AOC AGQCXE 32 p Hz curved (R) model with FreeSync, HDR, nits, and 91% DCI-P3 gamut
- AOC U34G3X 34 Hz IPS ultrawide flat-screen gaming monitor with FreeSync and 98% DCI-P3 color gamut
- AOC AGQG 27 p Hz IPS G-SYNC Ultimate
- AOC AGFG 25 p Hz IPS G-SYNC
Updated Samsung Odyssey G9
Samsung announced that theyll be releasing a new and improved version of the Odyssey G9.
The new Neo G9 model will have the same key specifications as the older one, including a 49 Hz 1ms GtG R curved VA panel, but this time with a zone FALD mini LED backlight.
Update: The monitor is now available and you can check out our Samsung Odyssey Neo G9 review.
Acer will also release a model based on the same panel, called Acer EICRG9. No word on its official pricing and release date though.
New Samsung Odyssey G3, G5 & G7 Monitors
Samsung revealed the new S28AG70 (G7), the S27AG50 (G5) and the S27AG30, S24AG30 (G3) Odyssey gaming monitors.
When Samsung announced flat-screen Odyssey G5 and G7 variants a few months back, most people were hoping for flat versions of the C27G75T and the C32G75T with p Hz VA panels and fast 1ms GtG response time speed.
The S28AG70 and the S27AG50, however, use IPS panels with different specifications altogether. We cant confirm whether this means that there will be no flat-screen p Hz 1ms VA variants.
The S28AG70 uses a 4K Hz IPS panel by Innolux and features DisplayHDR , FreeSync Premium Pro, and HDMI
The S27AG50 is based on a p Hz IPS panel with a fast 1ms GtG response time speed, FreeSync, and 99% sRGB color gamut.
The current-generation Samsung Odyssey G3 flat-screen models are now available, the Samsung F27G3 and the Samsung F24G3. However, as their GtG pixel response time is slow, you get the usual VA-panel dark-level smearing unlike the G7/G9 models.
The new G3 series, the Samsung S27AG30 and the S24AG30 are identical to the old one, apart from the lower specified contrast ratio of 3, as opposed to 4, of the F24G3 and F27G3.
In other TV-related news, Samsung announced new Neo QLED and QLED TVs for gaming with 4K Hz resolution, variable refresh rate, and low ms input lag. The QN90A series will support AMD FreeSync Premium Pro, whereas all Q70A and better models will have support for and ultrawide resolutions.
You can find more information and watch the full presentation in the embedded video below:
New Lenovo ThinkVision Monitors
Lenovo showcased several displays at CES including:
- Lenovo ThinkVision T34W 34 ultrawide curved (R) monitor with a VA panel, 60Hz, and ~99% sRGB color gamut. Other features include a quad USB hub, USB-C with 75W PD, and PiP/PbP support. The release date is scheduled for March , priced at $
- Lenovo ThinkVision P27H 27 p monitor with USB-C PD (90W) and a height-adjustable stand. It should be available in March as well, for $
- Lenovo ThinkVision T24V 24 p IPS monitor with an integrated Full HD camera, facial recognition, and dual microphones; available in April for $
Lenovo ThinkVision Creator Extreme P27 27 4K IPS monitor for professional use with % sRGB and 99% Adobe RGB color gamut, factory-calibrated.
Other specs include a 1,nit peak brightness, a 14ms GtG response time speed, and an zone Mini-LED local dimming solution.
The monitor will also feature USB-C with 90W PD, DP , 2x HDMI ports, a quad USB hub, and an ergonomic stand with a smartphone holder. It should be available in April for $2, More info here.
- Lenovo ThinkVision 32H p IPS monitor with sRGB color gamut and USB-C
- Lenovo ThinkVision P27Q 27 p IPS monitor with sRGB color gamut and DP, mDP, and DP-out ports as well as a WiFi smartphone charging base
- Gigabyte M34WQ 34 Hz FreeSync IPS flat-screen ultrawide gaming monitor with DisplayHDR and 91% DCI-P3 color gamut
ViewSonic announced plenty of interesting monitors for for both gaming and professional use:
- ViewSonic VPK 32 8K IPS, Adobe RGB, Thunderbolt 3; Summer , $
- ViewSonic VPK 4K IPS, Adobe RGB, Thunderbolt 3; Summer , $
- ViewSonic VPK 27 4K IPS, Adobe RGB, Thunderbolt 3, Summer , $
- ViewSonic VPK 27 4K IPS, % DCI-P3
- ViewSonic VPK 27 p IPS, % DCI-P3
- ViewSonic XGQ 32 p Hz, Adobe RGB, DisplayHDR
- ViewSonic XGU 32 4K Hz IPS, Adobe RGB, DisplayHDR , HDMI
- ViewSonic XGUG 32 4K Hz IPS, DisplayHDR , G-SYNC Ultimate, zone Mini-LED FALD
- ViewSonic XGQG 27 p Hz IPS, DisplayHDR
- ViewSonic XG 24 p Hz, DisplayHDR , Blur Busters Approved
- ViewSonic VAMHDJ 34 75Hz IPS FreeSync R Curved; $
New Display Technology
BOOX Mira Series
The E Ink monitors dont use a backlight but have a display with 16 shades of gray for a monochrome picture that prevents digital eye strain.
The BOOX Mira Pro is a E Ink monitor with a screen resolution of ( aspect ratio), resulting in a pixel density of PPI, priced at $
The BOOX Mira is a portable E Ink monitor with a resolution ( PPI) and a touch-sensitive screen, priced at $
Connectivity options include HDMI, mini HDMI, USB-C, DisplayPort and integrated speakers for the version, while the model has mini HDMI and two USB-C ports.
Both monitors are VESA mount compatible (75x75mm). The BOOX Mira Pro model also has an ergonomic stand with height adjustment up to 50mm, 90° pivot, and 40° tilt.
No word on a release date yet.
Looking Glass Factory 32 8K Holographic Monitor
Looking Glass Factory just released a 32 8K holographic display for 3D content viewing without the need of using any headsets or glasses.
The monitor is not intended for gaming though but rather for medical and marketing use. Some of the specs include 8K resolution at 60Hz, bit color depth support, two DisplayPort inputs, and a USB type B port.
For more information, visit the manufacturers website.
LG 48 Bendable OLED Display
LG Display revealed their new inch bendable OLED panel. Basically, its a flat-screen OLED TV that you can bend to curvature of up to R for a more immersive gaming experience.
Just like the LGs OLEDs, the bendable display will support a variable refresh rate with a Hz range and have an instantaneous ms response time speed.
Additionally, the display will feature the CSO (Cinematic Sound OLED) technology, which was previously known as Crystal Sound Display. CSO allows the display to vibrate and emit sound without using any speakers.
More information regarding panel specifications, pricing, and release date will be added as soon as available.
I lift the buttock with my left hand, Machine oozing, although I have not done anything yet and is straining. Naturally, the ass slams again. And now she is tense and, to squeeze out, it just does not work out. - Do not tense. How can I put it in you if I don't see your hole.
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