Amazon is now offering the Samsung 49-inch Odyssey Neo G9 mini-LED Curved 4K Gaming Monitor for $2,299.99 shipped. Normally fetching $2,500, this is one of the first price cuts we’ve seen at $200 off and the best outside of Black Friday pricing. While not the futuristic Odyssey Ark monitor we saw unveiled at CES last week, Samsung’s latest battlestation upgrade that’s actually shipping enters as the Odyssey Neo G9. Delivering a 49-inch curved mini-LED panel with 2,000-nits of peak brightness, you’re looking at 4K resolution alongside 240Hz refresh rates. Other notable features include a 2ms response time, HDMI 2.1 inputs, and both G-SYNC and FreeSync Premium Pro support. Get all of the details in our launch coverage before heading below for more.
If a top of the line gaming monitor isn’t exactly what the gaming rig calls for right now, Samsung’s standard Odyssey G9 Monitor is worth a look instead. This one isn’t quite as pricey at $1,400, but still arrives with a 49-inch curved panel and 240Hz refresh rate. You’re mainly skimping out on the HDMI 2.1 support and some of the more novel inclusions noted above, while delivering an eye-catching gaming experience for less.
Now I hear you, you’re looking for something even more state of the art and groundbreaking for your PC gaming setup. And while you can’t buy it just yet, Samsung’s new Odyssey Ark monitor should fit the bill. Packing a 55-inch mini-LED panel, the real novelty of the upcoming display is that it can rotate into a vertical orientation alongside its typical configuration for immersive gameplay sessions with a curved design. Our launch coverage from CES details all you need to know.
Samsung Odyssey Neo G9 mini-LED Monitor features:
An unrivaled visual experience. Revolutionary Quantum Matrix Technology with Quantum Mini LEDs creates controlled brightness and perfect contrast for refined definition. Local dimming zones were increased to 2,048 and combined with the highest 12-bit black levels to create unmatched picture quality. A truly exquisite level of brightness, HDR2000 allows you to see the smallest of details in every scene, letting you see depth you never knew existed.