If you thought Samsung’s 49-inch CRC9 Ultrawide monitor was impressive, you ain’t seen nothing yet. Today, the company released revealed the price for two of its upcoming curved monitors; the Odyssey G7 and G9.
The Odyssey G7, which is available in two sizes, 27 and 32 inches, and the 49-inch Odyssey G9, which sports a 32:9 ratio. Both of these monitors were first seen during CES 2020, they just didn’t have a release date at the time. Samsung has announced that the preorders for both monitors are now live. The G7 is priced at $699.99 and $799.99, while the G9 is priced at $1699.99.
Both monitors support feature 1440p support and curved VA panels, all with a 240Hz refresh rate, 1ms response time, and also support for both AMD’s FreeSync and Nvidia’s G-SYNC.
Odyssey G7 (G7 G75T)
Available in both 27 and 32 inches, with full AMD FreeSync and Nvidia G-Sync support, the Odyssey G7 supports a 2560×1440 resolution, with HDR 600 support. The Odyssey G7 can be pre-ordered on Samsung’s website here.
Odyssey G9 (G95T¹)
While the Odyssey G9 isn’t currently available, it will make anyone who just purchased the Samsung CRC9 wished they hadn’t. This monitor has it all; 49-inch curved Dual QHD display (5120×1440), picture-by-picture support (two monitors at once), Nvidia G-SYNC, and AMD FreeSync support, as well as HDR10+ and HDR 1000 support.
You can pre-order this monitor on Samsung’s site here.
I’m excited about the Odyssey G9, especially since it supports Picture By Picture. I currently have a 34-inch ultrawide and a 27-inch monitor in a dual-screen setup. With this feature, I’d need just one G9 and I’m honestly considering one.
Both monitors will be available for shipping on July 13th.