Samsung 2023 monitor range includes 57-inch dual 4K monster

Samsung 2023 monitor range Odyssey Neo G9 dual 4K display
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As if the 55-inch Samsung Odyssey Ark desk display wasn’t big enough, the brand has gone even bigger with the Odyssey Neo G9, leading the Samsung 2023 monitor range as announced at CES 2023.

Standing at 57 inches, the 1000R curved monitor has a whopping 7,680 × 2,160 resolution to go with its high 240Hz refresh rate. With a 32:9 aspect ratio display, the Odyssey Neo G9 also supports VESA Display HDR 1000 via quantum mini LED technology, while Samsung claims it’s the world’s first monitor to support DisplayPort 2.1. For comparison, 2.1 reportedly transfers data at twice the speed of the previous DisplayPort 1.4 protocol.

Although the Odyssey Neo G9 doesn’t appear to swivel and pivot like the mammoth Odyssey Ark from last year, its initial spec reveal indicates strong performance for gaming. It’s not just for gamers, though with the Neo G9 accompanied by several other monitors suited for creative professionals as well.

Additional Samsung 2023 monitor announcements

Odyssey OLED G9

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The full Samsung 2023 monitor range as announced at CES

Not to be confused with the Neo G9, the OLED G9 has a few differences worth mentioning. As indicated by its name, it uses OLED lighting, with quantum dot lighting individual pixels to produce high colour contrast and true RGB colour representation. The OLED G9 is also slightly smaller at 49 inches, but its 0.1ms response time and 240Hz refresh rate mean it should still be a gaming beast. Plus, the display has a greater curve at 1800R, and outputs to a quad-HD resolution.

What’s more, the OLED G9 display includes various streaming apps like Netflix and Prime Video, so you can watch movies and TV shows without a PC, as long as you have an internet connection.

Viewfinity S9

Samsung specifically mentions creative professionals as the target audience for this one. The Viewfinity S9 is a 5K (5,120 x 2,880) 27-inch monitor made for precise colour representation, emphasised by its wide colour gamut of up to 99% DCI-P3. Its built-in Colour Calibration Engine helps to generate precise screen colour and brightness, a necessity for editors and digital artists alike.

Another helpful feature for creatives is the ability to connect devices such as cameras via USB-C and Thunderbolt 4 ports to quickly transfer large media files to a PC. As an added inclusion, the Viewfinity S9 comes with a 4K SlimFit camera, while the monitor natively supports video conferencing through apps included with Samsung Smart Hub, such as Google Meet.

Samsung 2023 monitor range release date

Although Samsung confirmed its 2023 range of monitors is coming to Australia this year, we’ll have to wait longer for extra details. We do know, however, that the Samsung Smart Monitor M8 will soon come in a 27-inch version alongside the already-available 32-inch model, along with more support for the Matter smart home protocol. If you want to be the first to get your hands on the Samsung 2023 monitor range, you can register your interest on the company’s website.

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