Determined to take advantage of one of the last great pre-summer hi-tech events, Samsung has unveiled the two gaming monitors Neo G7 and Neo G4, included in the Odyssey series, destined to make a fine show of themselves at Computex 2022 in Taipei.
In view of the start of the fair known as Computex 2022, there are many technological brands that are “warming up”, with preview announcements of what they will be exhibiting in the next few days in Taipei: even Samsung has not shied away from this ritual and, for the occasion, it has unveiled the two new gaming monitors Odyssey Neo G7 and Odyssey Neo G4.
The first product, the Odyssey Neo G7 (S32BG75R), is a 1000R curved display employing a resolute 32-inch 4K panel with vertically aligned (VA) LEDs, 165Hz refresh rate, support for AMD’s FreeSync Premium Pro and compatibility with Nvidia’s G-Sync: the backlight, through the Quantum Mini LEDs, ensures 1,196 local dimming zones allowing the visual area to reach a high maximum brightness (up to 1,000 nits), 1,000,000: 1 as contrast ratio and 100% DCI – P3 color gamut coverage.
Quantum HDR 200 certified, with the guarantee of HDR10 + support (also HDR10 + Gaming), the Odyssey Neo G7 provides the Samsung features typical of this series of screens, substantiated for example in Low Input Lag (low input lag mode ), Picture in Picture, Adaptive Picture, Black Equalizer (highlights details in dark areas without altering the general contrast), Ultrawide Game View, Game and Eco modes, Super Arena Gaming UX and Refresh Rate Optimizer but, on the back, where it enters action the rear lighting Infinity Core customizable via CoreSync, it does not miss various ports, including a pair of USB 3.0 Type-A, a Display Port 1.4, a 3.5 mm jack, two HDMI 2.1 (in case you want to play a next gen console like PS5 or Xbox Series X).
Always equipped with various features already seen in the top model G7, even in the Odyssey Neo G4 there is no shortage of several optimizations by Samsung, including the revealing Black Equalizer.
The monitor in question, cadenced in 25 or 27 inch diagonals, resting on an adjustable support (in height, tilt, swivel, in pivot), uses resolute IPS LCD panels in FullHD, with 99% coverage on the sRGB color space, 8-bit color depth, 400 nits maximum, 1 millisecond response time, 240 Hz refresh rate, and compatibility with Nvidia G-Sync and AMD FreeSync Premium technologies. There are fewer ports available, here as a 3.5 mm jack (one), Display Port 1.2 (one), and HDMI 2.0 (two).