These Gaming Monitors Are The Perfect Present For The Gamers In Your Life
Samsung launches their latest line of gaming monitors—the Odyssey G9 and Odyssey G7.
We’re a few days away from December, which means that Christmas is drawing nearer. It’s the season of gift-giving, and we’re all beginning to wrap up our holiday list of what to buy for every member of the family, as well as our friends and acquaintances.
You may find it easier to get presents for some—for instance, the latest makeup palettes for your sisters, a snack box for the kids, or home scents for your co-workers. However, there are others whom you just can’t wrack your brains off to think of the perfect gift this year, like the serious gamers in your life. May it be your husband, brother, or son, choosing what to give to them can be a daunting task, especially if you don’t have a single clue on what they would want to receive!
Good news as Samsung solves your Secret Santa dilemmas. As the world’s number one maker of gaming monitors, the brand introduces their newly-launched gaming monitor lineup that brings together the key elements of next-level game play—something that your receiver would fall head over heels for! Coming out with the new Odyssey G9 and Odyssey G7, these perfectly designed screens feature comfortable curvature, unmatched immersion, and seamless picture clarity, providing unrivaled eye comfort.
The G9 unit boasts of a 49-inches screen—the world’s first and largest 1000R gaming monitor. It is arced to match the curvature of the human eye and assures unrivaled immersion with its unbelievable performance, pixel perfect image quality, and incredible design with a glossywhite exterior combined with technology-leading Infinity Core Lighting Design.
Meanwhile, the G7 is packed into a darker and more compact unit. It is the world’s first QHD 32” and 27” 1000R curved gaming monitors that come with similar spellbinding features as the G9. It’s also specifically designed to minimize visual fatigue by offering consistent brightness, contrast range, and color coordination from the center to each edge of the monitor.