We had a Samsung Odyssey G7 monitor compatible with QLED technology and compatible with G-Sync.
Samsung Odyssey G7
Samsung appears to be conscious and rational in its selection of products. There are groups of products that get rid of them without heartache, but when you see fantasy in something, the company is behind it with utter glee. Monitors belong to this group, which is perfectly supported by the fact that in recent years they have been expanded with a number of highly advanced, unconventional devices.
Samsung Odyssey G7 (+)
Such is the case with the two new Odyssey series introduced at CES, the G9 and G7, for which we have been able to test the smaller 27-inch version for a few days. We've been waiting a lot for the sharply curved QLED imaging display – let's see if you've disappointed!
The appearance of the product is basically determined by the curvature of 1000R, which is as if the arc were cut out of a circle of radius 1000mm. This is a much stronger bend than we have been used to, and this in itself is capable of attracting attention. But the designers didn't stop there: in the center of the back, they placed circular RGB LEDs, which were even accentuated by an extra plastic element. In addition, there were light emitting diodes at the bottom of the cabinet, around the two corners. Of course, they can be changed in color, and the electronics can automatically play the full color spectrum through the piano. But if someone is tired of making their monitor look like a Christmas tree, they can of course turn off the LEDs.
The sleeve is very thin in line with today's trends, unlike some of its rivals, the sole integrated with the neck does not look like a modern statue, but in return, its entire surface is flush with the horizontal and keeps the screen stable. The height of the display can be changed by 12 centimeters, it can be tilted forward 9 degrees, backward 13 degrees and rotated 15 degrees left and right. It can also be suspended from the wall using a traditional VESA console or used in pivot mode, although these functions do not seem to make much sense at this level of curvature.
In the center of the back panel is an HDMI 2.0 and two DisplayPort 1.4 inputs, plus a 3.5mm headphone out, two USB 3.0 ports and a USB 3.0 input (uplink). The tricky routing of the wires was not provided, but it can be surely survived.
|Monitor type||Samsung Odyssey G7 (LC27G75TQSNXZA)|
|Technology||QLED VA, G-Sync, 240 Hz|
|Type of backlight||Edge LED, PWM free|
|Display size||27 inches (68.5 cm), 16: 9 aspect ratio, curved|
|Resolution||2560×1440 (108.79 ppi)|
|response time||20ms (g2g) – 1ms (g2g)|
|contrast ratio||approx. 2500: 1|
|Brightness||SDR: 352.8 cd / m²|
HDR: 600 cd / m²
|Viewing Angles||178 ° / 178 ° (nominal value)|
|Number of colors displayed||1.07 billion|
|Extras||Crosshair, eye-friendly mode, Hungarian-language graphical user interface|
|Connectors||1 HDMI 2.0, 2 DisplayPort 1.4, 3.5mm analog audio, 2 USB 3.0, 1 USB 3.0 uplink|
|power consumption||45.2 watts, external power supply|
|Product Website||No official website yet|
|Consumer Price||$ 195,000|
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