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Made available last October, Samsung has officially launched its next-generation G9 and G7 gaming monitors in the Philippines.

Samsung Odyssey G7 (1)

Both the Samsung Odyssey G9 and G7 boast deep and immersive 1000R curvature. The G9 is the world’s first Dual Quad High-Definition (QHD) gaming monitor with an ultra-wide 49″ display that curves around the player and fills the entire field of view for total immersion.

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Samsung Odyssey G7 (2)

Spending a lot of time in front of a screen can sometimes cause discomfort as well as visual fatigue. Odyssey G7 can minimize visual fatigue with consistent brightness, contrast range, and color coordination from the center to each edge of the monitor.

Samsung Odyssey G9 (1)

The Odyssey’s 240Hz refresh rate coupled with 1ms response time allows for more precise mouse movement and blur-free frames. Experience smooth gameplay without motion blur.

Samsung Odyssey G9 (2)

Samsung Odyssey monitors offer G-SYNC compatibility and FreeSync Premium Pro support. Eliminating image tears, screen lag, and choppiness which makes fast-action and complex game scenes stable and stutter-free.

The Samsung Odyssey monitor line-up is available on Samsung.com, PC Express, PCWorx, and Complink retail and online stores and via Machine and Computer and DTYH (Oriontech) on Lazada and Smart Asia (I Love PC) on Shopee.

Pricing

  • 27” Odyssey G7 (Model: LC27G75QSEXXP) – Php 33,699.00
  • 32” Odyssey G7 (Model: LC32G75TQSEXXP) – Php 37,299.00
  • 49” Odyssey G9 (Model: LC49G95TSSEXXP) – Php 74,799.00

Avail of the pre-order promo from Nov 21 to Dec 21 and get a free premium gaming item with every purchase of a Samsung Odyssey Gaming Monitor via the Samsung E-Store.

  • 27” Odyssey G7 Monitor + Logitech Gaming Mouse worth Php 4,350
  • 32” Odyssey G7 Monitor + Logitech Gaming Keyboard worth Php 7,200
  • 49” Odyssey G9 Monitor + Logitech Gaming Bundle (Mouse, Keyboard, and Headset)
    worth Php 19,350

To know more about Samsung Odyssey gaming monitors, click here.

Emman has been writing technical and feature articles since 2010. Prior to this, he became one of the instructors at Asia Pacific College in 2008, and eventually landed a job as Business Analyst and Technical Writer at Integrated Open Source Solutions for almost 3 years.