At this year’s 2020 International Consumer Electronics Show (CES 2020), Samsung released the Odyssey series of game displays. The Odyssey G9 was even more impressive to almost everyone sitting in front of this 49-inch ultra-high curvature display, with some even calling it its most extreme ultra-wide game display. On June 24, according tomedia reports, Samsung officially launched the Odyssey G9 to the world, selling for 1.9 million won (about 11,000 yuan).
It is reported that the Odyssey G9 is based on a 49-inch ultra-wide QLED surface panel, 32:9 extra-wide ratio. With a resolution of 5120 x 1440 pixels and an ultra-high curvature of 1000R, the brightness is up to 1000cd/m2, which surrounds almost the entire field of view.
In addition, the screen is HDR1000 certified and is the world’s first HDR10 plus screen to support. It can run in highlight mode for a long time without decay, and you can enjoy a clear picture even in the bright light during the day. It also has an ultra-high refresh rate of 240Hz, a short response time of 1ms, and supports NVIDIA G-Sync and FreeSync 2 technologies to eat amd/NVIDIA graphics platforms.
It is worth mentioning that the display can also rotate, rotate and tilt according to the user’s requirements. The back has an Infinity Core lighting area and supports 52 colors and 5 different lighting effects.
On the interface side, the Odyssey G9 has two DisplayPort 1.4 interfaces, an HDMI 2.0 connector, three USB 3.0 connectors and a headphone jack.