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Samsung’s 43-inch mini-LED monitor looks stellar

Samsung is disclosing information on its Odyssey Neo G7 gaming monitor, which was first introduced in early January at CES 2023.

In the first quarter of the year, or between now and the end of March, the 43-inch tiny LED 144Hz 4K gaming monitor will be accessible in North America. Tom’s Hardware reports that Samsung has not yet disclosed the product’s price.

The 43-inch Quantum Mini-LED panel of the monitor, model number G70NC, has a matte appearance. Not to be mistaken with the Odyssey Neo G9, which sports a “8K” resolution and was one of the highlights of CES, this novel panel combination distinguishes out as a first from Samsung.

A gaming monitor with Quantum Dot OLED panel displays has been a goal for Samsung for some years. One such monitor is the Samsung Odyssey OLED G8, which was also unveiled at CES.

Samsung is promoting the Quantum Mini-LED panel on the Odyssey Neo G7 as having deep blacks with less glare, in the same way as OLED panels are renowned for their colour accuracy and generation of deep blacks.

The Samsung Odyssey Neo G7 has a 4K (3840 x 2160) resolution, 144Hz frame rate, 1ms response time, and 400 nits of normal brightness in addition to supporting VESA HDR 600 certification and Free Sync Premium Pro.

Two HDMI 2.1 connectors, one DisplayPort 1.4 port, one USB 3.0 port, and two 20-watt speakers make up the monitor’s input options. Additionally, you can connect the monitor to current-generation gaming consoles including the Xbox One S and PlayStation 5. Ethernet, Wi-Fi 5, Bluetooth 5.2, the Samsung Smart Hub, and the Samsung Gaming Hub are additional connectivity options.

A movable flex screen function that lets you switch between a 43-inch and a 20-inch screen size to achieve the best display size for your particular gameplay is one of the Odyssey Neo G7’s other standout features. The ultrawide game view is another variation of this, allowing you to choose between the 16:9 and 21:9 aspect ratios for the optimal widescreen gaming configuration.

Additionally, the game bar function provides quick access to several of the crucial gaming parameters, such as frame rate, HDR, response time, and screen ratio. It’s not necessary to stop playing to use this feature.