Samsung has introduced it’s latest Monitor the Odyssey Neo G8. The company confirm that it is the world’s first monitor to features a 4K 1000R curved display with a 240HZ refresh rate and 1ms response time. Moreover, it also features the smart Monitor M8. The successor to last year’s M7 model and the Samsung High Resolution Monitor S8 for creators and designers.
Furthermore, the Odyssey Neo G8 Gaming Monitor built with the same design language as the Odyssey Neo G9 with sleek white exterior. It comes with CoreSync lighting, so the light on the back of the monitor automatically detects the colors on the display and projects it in real life to make it deeper. Additionally, Samsung Odyssey Neo G8 is features Quantum Mini LEDs, Quantum HDR 2000 with 2,000nit peak brightness and million-to-one static contrast ratio.
Samsung Smart Monitor M8
The Samsung Smart Monitor M8 comes with a ultra -slim thickness of 32” 11.4mm. Which is about three-quarters thinner than the previous model the M7. As a matter of design, it features a polished flat-back design and also in a new warm white color. Additonally, it is include a UHD panel with 99% sRGB color gamut, supports 1.07 billion colors and 400 nit brightness.
Moreover, it has built-in smart TV and productivity apps. The monitor comes with a movable magnetic slimfit cam for crystal-clear video-call. And the built-in video call app supports the most popular calling app, including Google Duo. However, with a USB Type-C port, it support 65 W charging.
Samsung High Resolution Monitor S8
The Samsung High Resolution Monitor S8 comes in 27 ”and 32” models with UHD display. Which offering 98% DCI-P3 color gamut, VESA display HDR 600 and is the world’s first UL (Underwriter Laboratories) tested glare free monitor. Matte displays are offered, says Samsung.
The monitor has a USB Type-C 90W charging and LAN port that can charge laptops and mobile devices without additional docking stations. It has a height adjustable stand (HAS) with tilt, swivel and pivot control points.
Last but not least, all of these monitors will be on display at CES 2022 this week.