These are all OLED displays with AMD FreeSync Premium Pro and VESA DisplayHDR True Black 400. Each monitor also features the company’s proprietary anti-glare technology that minimizes daylight and ambient light reflections.
First up, there’s the 49-inch Samsung Odyssey OLED G95SD curved ultra-wide monitor. The screen offers DQHD (5120×1440) resolution, a 0.03ms response time, a 240Hz refresh rate, a 32:9 aspect ratio and access to both Samsung’s smart TV platform and the company’s cloud-based Gaming Hub. The aesthetics are on point, with a slim form factor and a slightly smaller size than the mammoth Odyssey Ark.
The Odyssey G80SD is the first flat 32-inch OLED gaming monitor in Samsung’s lineup. It features 4K UHD (3840×2160) resolution, a 16:9 aspect ratio, a 0.03ms response time and a snappy 240Hz refresh rate This ultra-thin monitor is made for cramped desks, with a width of just under four millimeters. The peak brightness is 450 nits and the monitor ships with CoreLighting+ technology for unique ambient lighting schemes.
The relatively diminutive 27-inch OLED G60SD boasts a 360Hz refresh rate and a QHD (2560×1440) resolution. This monitor also ships with Samsung’s CoreLighting+ tech, for ambient tomfoolery, and a slim, metal form factor. The display can be adjusted for comfort via tilt, pivot and swivel.
For reference, the company announced a slew of Odyssey gaming monitors at CES 2023