They look like they could help us embark on our own odyssey… like right now. Even better? They’re already up for purchase in the Philippines.
Initially shown off at the 2020 International CES [Consumer Electronics Show], the Samsung Odyssey G7 and Samsung Odyssey G9 gaming monitors are priced at the following locally:
- 27-inch Odyssey G7 (model number LC27G75QSEXXP: P33,699 (around $696)
- 32-inch Odyssey G7 (model number LC32G75TQSEXXP): P37,299 ($770)
- 49-inch Odyssey G9 (world’s first Dual QHD gaming monitor, model number LC49G95TSSEXXP): P74,799 ($1,544)
If you get a Samsung Odyssey any time between today, October 26, until November 16, you get to take home any of these freebies: a P4,350 ($90) Logitech gaming mouse with the smaller G7; a P7,200 ($149) Logitech gaming keyboard with the bigger G7; and a Logitech gaming bundle — composed of a mouse, keyboard, and headset with a total value pegged at P19,350 ($400) — with the G9.
Samsung Odyssey G9 official product video
Samsung Odyssey G7 official product video
The monitors are available not just at Samsung Philippines’ online store, but also at the respective offline and online shops of PC Express, PCWorx, and Complink. They’re likewise being sold at Machine and Computer and DTYH (Oriontech) on Lazada and Smart Asia (I Love PC) on Shopee.
Both the Samsung Odyssey G7 and Odyssey G9 feature a screen curvature of 1000R for maximizing one’s field of view, a maximum refresh rate of 240Hz for a lag-free experience, and a response time of 1ms for precise mouse movement and blur-free frames. They are compatible with Nvidia G-Sync-compatible and support FreeSync Premium Pro. Check out their full specs below, or learn more about them here.
Samsung Odyssey G9 vs Samsung Odyssey G7: A specs comparison
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