Odyssey Neo G8 Is The World’s First 4K 240Hz Monitor From Samsung

Samsung has recently come forward with a new announcement. It will be launching the world’s first ever 4K 240Hz monitor, Odyssey Neo G8 soon.

Three new monitors have been revealed by Samsung as a part of its 2022 monitor lineup, all expected to be announced during CES 2022.

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The first one in the list is the Samsung Odyssey Neo G8. The monitor has a 32-inch display with the first ever 4K 240Hz panel. Quantum Mini LED backlighting and a 1000R curvature add to the stunning display.

The units used in the backlighting system are 40 times smaller than those of a conventional LED. The Quantum Matrix and Quantum HDR 2000 technologies result in peak brightness of up to 2000 nits in HDR content with backlight adjustment of 4096 steps.

Odyssey Neo G8 has one DisplayPort 1.4 connection and two HDMI 2.1 ports. The Auto Source Switch+ feature changes the source automatically on switching on the connected device. The CoreSync feature adjusts the RGB lighting on the back of the monitor to match the contents of the screen.

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The second model is the Smart Monitor M8. The 32-inch monitor with UHD resolution incorporates a webcam for the Google Duo app that comes pre-installed with the device. Other streaming service apps also come preinstalled, so you can stream your favorite TV series on your monitor too.

Last but not the least, Samsung S8 is also on cards. The monitor comes in 2 size variants: with a 32-inch and 27-inch display featuring UHD resolution. Specially designed for content creation, Underwriters Laboratories have certified it as the world’s first glare-free monitor.

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The primary features of the S8 include 98% coverage of the DCI-P3 color space, wired LAN support, and a VESA DisplayHDR 600 certification (only for the 32-inch variant). The monitor has USB-C connectivity. The monitors have the ability to connect to compatible laptops. Users can send audio as well as video signals from their laptop to the monitor while transferring Ethernet data and power of 90W to the laptop.

The launch of the monitors is expected to be somewhere in the first half of this year. Further details will be revealed during the CES 2022.

Via Samsung