Ahead of CES, Samsung has introduced a new lineup of Odyssey OLED monitors aimed at the gaming market. The Odyssey OLED family all carry AMD's FreeSync Premium Pro certification for HDR and variable refresh rate support, with a maximum refresh rate of 240Hz or 360Hz depending on the specific model. The lineup includes the curved 49-inch Odyssey OLED G9 model, the flat 32-inch Odyssey OLED G8, and the flat 27-inch Odyssey OLED G6. All three displays are based on Samsung's quantum dot OLED (QD-OLED) panel type. The 49-inch curved Odyssey OLED G9 (G95SD model) is Samsung's flagship OLED monitor for gamers. The product boasts with a screen curvature of 1800R, 32:9 aspect ratio with a resolution of 5120x1440, as well as a variable refresh rate...
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