Samsung announced a smaller 4K version of its curviest, best-looking gaming monitor

Samsung has declared a more modest rendition of its Odyssey Neo bended gaming screen. The Odyssey Neo G8 is a 32-inch gaming screen with a similar 1000R ebb and flow of the $2,500 49-inch Odyssey Neo G9. The R represents sweep and, contrasted with 1800R and 1500R curve, which are both normal in the screen market, Samsung has practical experience in the 1000R curve that is undeniably more, all things considered, awe-inspiring. It makes 1800R resemble a level board by examination. The G8 likewise has 2,000 nits of pinnacle splendor and guarantees splendid picture quality with its Quantum Mini-LED board.

Samsung hasn’t shared a cost or a delivery date for the Odyssey Neo G8, yet it’s contribution up only a couple of pictures and subtleties until a later date. Beside the distinction in size, the Odyssey Neo G8 has a comparative plan language to the G9, however the key contrast is that the G8 helps the goal from QHD Plus to 4K. Quite, Samsung says this is the primary 4K screen to help a 240Hz invigorate rate and a 1ms reaction time. It’s additionally viable with AMD FreeSync Premium Pro and Nvidia’s G-Sync versatile sync tech, so your games should run stammer and sans tear, accepting your GPU’s sufficiently strong to push 4K goal at quick casing rates.


Samsung Odyssey Neo G9





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Samsung has opted to share this news just before the onslaught of CES 2022 announcements, though we’ll have to wait until after the trade show to find out more about the Odyssey Neo G8, like price and availability. Until then, check out the other monitor that Samsung just announced: the M8 smart monitor.

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