Odyssey Neo G9: Samsung’s 8K monitor monster listed with euro price

Odyssey Neo G9: Samsung's 8K monitor monster listed with euro price

Those looking to get their hands on the Odyssey Neo G9 will get a tremendous amount of gaming monitor for their money. Because the monster presented by Samsung at the CES at the beginning of the year has a screen diagonal of 57 inches, paired with a 32:9 aspect ratio and a 1000R curvature. A little over two weeks ago, PCGH, courtesy of forum user QIX, reported that the Odyssey Neo G9 was for sale in North America at retailer Bestbuy. According to the information there, the giant monitor costs 3,300 US dollars, which corresponds to almost 3,000 euros, while the release date is September 11th. Now new information about the price in euros has surfaced.

Odyssey Neo G9 G95NC – Specs and first euro price

The Odyssey Neo G9 is advertised as being able to display 8K Ultra HD quality, which corresponds to a resolution of 7,680 x 2,160 pixels. This is joined by a refresh rate of 240 Hz and a response time (GtG) of 1 ms. The typical brightness of the Odyssey Neo G9 should be 420 cd/m², with HDR 2,000 cd/m². The monitor is DisplayHDR-1000-certified, can be adjusted in height, tilted, rotated, pivoted and attached to the wall via VESA mount (100 x 100). But you shouldn’t ignore the 15.4 kilograms without a stand.

The features of the Odyssey Neo G9 should include compatibility with Adaptive Sync, Freesync Premium Pro and G-Sync as well as RGB lighting on the back. Furthermore, the huge gaming monitor is not stingy with the connections. Users should have access to one Displayport 2.1, three HDMI 2.1, one USB-B 3.0 and two USB-A 3.0.

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Ultimately, however, the price is interesting, which we were made aware of again by PCGHX member QIX and we therefore owe them our thanks. The PCGH price comparison shows that the Odyssey Neo G9 is listed by the two Austrian dealers DiTech and E-tec for a price of 2,688.40 euros. This means that Samsung’s monitor would be available for more than 300 euros less than the pure conversion from USD to euros at the retailer Bestbuy. Meanwhile, the offers do not give any information about the release.

Source: PCGH price comparison


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