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For the first time, Samsung has announced the Odyssey Neo G8 4K 240Hz display

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Samsung unveiled three new 2022 monitor types today. At CES 2022, which takes place from January 5-7 in Las Vegas, all of these will be formally unveiled.

A new Samsung monitor, the Odyssey Neo G8, is the first to be unveiled. The world’s first 4K 240Hz screen is found in this 32-inch monitor. An additional 1000R curvature and LED backlighting complete the package.

The standard LED backlighting system employs 1/40th the size of the micro LED backlighting system’s units. A Samsung Quantum Matrix and Quantum HDR 2000 display can produce a peak brightness of up to 2000 nits with HDR content, with 4096 step adjustment of the panel’s backlights.

Dual HDMI 2.1 connectors and a single DisplayPort 1.4 connection are also supported by the display. When a connected device is powered on, the Auto Source Switch+ feature will automatically switch sources. The RGB backlighting of the monitor can be synced with the content on the screen using the CoreSync technology.

Smart Monitor M8

In the Smart Monitor M8, there is a built-in webcam that can be used with the Google Duo app. As a result, you can use the monitor as a smart TV without the need for a separate source device, such as a laptop or tablet. It has a 32-inch screen with a UHD resolution and a wireless remote control like those found on Samsung televisions.

In addition, there’s the Samsung S8, which is geared toward content creators. Underwriters Laboratories has certified it as glare-free, making it the first monitor in the world to achieve this certification.

DCI-P3 color space, VESA DisplayHDR 600 certification (32-inch only), and cable LAN compatibility are all included in the S8. Connecting it to a laptop through USB-C allows for visual and audio signals, Ethernet data, as well as 90W of power, to be sent to the monitor, as well as powering the laptop.

Early in 2022, the monitors are expected to go into production. By 2022, the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) will have given even more details.

Via GSMArena
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