Available on Amazon since November 2022, the Samsung Odyssey G65B is a 32-inch QHD curved gaming monitor with a 1 ms response time and 240 Hz refresh rate that delivers a DisplayHDR 600 visual experience. With a list price of US$799.99, it is now below the US$600 threshold, thanks to a 25% discount.
The 32-inch Samsung Odyssey G65B (LS32BG652ENXGO) made its Amazon debut on the first day of November 2022 alongside its 27-inch sibling with the model name LS27BG652ENXGO. Size aside, both share the same set of specs and features, including the generous QHD resolution and 240 Hz refresh rate. While the 27-inch model is 21% off, the 32-inch Odyssey G65B is currently available with a 25% discount that brings its US$799.99 price down to US$599.99 on both Amazon and Samsung US.
The 1000R-curved Samsung Odyssey G65B also features a typical response time of 1 ms, AMD FreeSync Premium Pro support, CoreSync and CoreLighting, Samsung Gaming Hub, and overall image quality up to the DisplayHDR 600 specifications. This monitor’s ergonomic stand allows for swivel, tilt, pivot, and height adjustment. However, the Odyssey G65B is also compatible with VESA-standard monitor arms to extend the list of possible setup options. This monitor runs Tizen OS and supports WiFi and Bluetooth, as well as Samsung SmartThings.
The retail package includes the monitor and its power cable alongside a remote controller, USB 3.0 cable, and a DP cable. The list of connectivity options consists of two HDMI ports, one DP, two USB 3.0, one 3.5 mm audio jack, and one RJ45 Ethernet. After 1882 user reviews, the Samsung Odyssey G65B has a 4.3/5 rating on Samsung US. On Amazon, there are only 41 ratings so far, with a resulting score of 4.1/5.
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