Monday, June 21st 2021

Samsung Unveils Its Expanded 2021 Odyssey Gaming Monitor Lineup

Samsung Electronics, today announced the expanded 2021 Odyssey monitor lineup will be available across the global markets from June 21, 2021, providing gamers of all skill sets with superb picture quality and futuristic design. Following the curved gaming monitor launch in 2020, 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.
Models

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 178-degree viewing angle, along with HDR400, 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 144 Hz refresh rate and ultra-low 1 ms response time, combined with NVIDIA G-SYNC Compatible and AMD FreeSync Premium Pro, players get real-world accuracy. Thanks to HDMI 2.1 compatibility, delivering max resolution and refresh rates for not only PC, but next-generation consoles with 4K 120 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 165 Hz refresh rate delivering a 1 ms 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 144 Hz refresh rate and 1 ms (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.
Source: Samsung
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15 Comments on Samsung Unveils Its Expanded 2021 Odyssey Gaming Monitor Lineup

#1
Crackong
Back to FLAT displays ?

Those 1000R 16:9 models did not do well ?
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#2
Chomiq
Flat? Do they use the magic VA tech from the curved models?
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#3
diopter
Why are we still not allowed to have 32 inch 4k high refresh monitors? Why is this the one spec combination that seems to be verboten?
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#4
BorisDG
Curved is kinda bad. I still regret my purchase of curved Samsung TV back in 2015/6.
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#5
Sakujo
Only freesync "Premium" and no "Premium Pro"?
So no freesync and HDR10 at the same time!
I don't understand why they cheaped out on this.
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#6
mtcn77
BorisDGCurved is kinda bad. I still regret my purchase of curved Samsung TV back in 2015/6.
It is either curve, or gamma loss. Good for VAs, not good for IPS'es.
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#7
Chrispy_
High refresh 1440p is where it's at.
At least, where it's at until both displays and GPUs can achieve 120+ fps at 4K without complications or compromise.
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#8
BorisDG
mtcn77It is either curve, or gamma loss. Good for VAs, not good for IPS'es.
Most high-end Samsung TV's are using (S)VA screens anyway. Mine is VA, but still can't like the curve. :/
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#9
mtcn77
BorisDGMost high-end Samsung TV's are using (S)VA screens anyway. Mine is VA, but still can't like the curve. :/
It is a bit dizzying.
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#10
Mindweaver
Moderato®™
I really enjoy my G5 32" 1440p. It did take me a bit to get used to the curve but all in all, I like it.
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#12
human_error
diopterWhy are we still not allowed to have 32 inch 4k high refresh monitors? Why is this the one spec combination that seems to be verboten?
Asus PG32UQX is 4k 144hz at 32" with an IPS screen and a FALD backlight, so they are coming. It's just £3k for them at the moment...:roll:
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#13
KrazedOmega
ChomiqFlat? Do they use the magic VA tech from the curved models?
The new G7 use an IPS panel.
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#14
Chomiq
KrazedOmegaThe new G7 use an IPS panel.
Well that sucks.
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