Samsung 57” Odyssey Neo G9 offers a ridiculous 2x4K (7,680×2,160) side-by-side resolution in a single display

    CES 2023 is definitely upon us and as you’d expect displays are featuring heavily. What is great to see, is companies introducing new displays that move the industry forward and offer consumers and businesses screens we’ve never experienced before.

    One example of this is Samsung’s new 57” Odyssey Neo G9 display. This is the world’s first single monitor with dual ultra-high definition resolution and is arranged in a 32:9 aspect ratio for the first time. That means the 49″ Ultrawide I’m sitting in front of running 5120×1440 resolution is officially yesterday’s news.

    Dual 4K displays side-by-side, without a bezel between them, would be a fantastic experience, offering a staggering 7,680×2,160 resolution, just make sure you have a computer capable of pushing that amount of pixels.

    “We are introducing the future of gaming monitors with our Odyssey Neo G9, making each game more lifelike with innovative features and picture quality on a new scale, CES is the perfect place to showcase our innovations that can take not only gamers, but also graphic designers or TV fans to the next level, while providing personalised experiences across a range of integrated smart apps.”

    Hoon Chung, Executive Vice President of Visual Display Business at Samsung Electronics.

    If you’re thinking the Odyssey Neo G9 (Model Name: G95NC) is going to be packed full of compromises, think again, it offers a refresh rate of 240Hz, so that gamers will not miss a thing during fast-paced gameplay.

    Its 1000R curved 57” screen uses quantum mini LED technology with VESA Display HDR 1000 specification to deliver superior imaging in most game environments, from shadows to bright scenes. The Matte Display reduces light reflection on the screen, minimising distractions during the most intense gaming sessions.

    It also boasts the world’s first DisplayPort 2.1 support, which transfers data approximately twice as fast as the previously used DisplayPort 1.4. In addition, the new DP2.1 allows lossless industry-standard Display Stream Compression (DSC) to transmit information without distortion.

    It’s about now you’ll be looking for a price, well there isn’t one, but if you have to ask, you definitely can’t afford this. I probably can’t afford this either, but that doesn’t change the fact I really, really want it.

    Jason Cartwright
    Jason Cartwright
    Creator of techAU, Jason has spent the dozen+ years covering technology in Australia and around the world. Bringing a background in multimedia and passion for technology to the job, Cartwright delivers detailed product reviews, event coverage and industry news on a daily basis. Disclaimer: Tesla Shareholder from 20/01/2021

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