Unveiled at the end of 2022 with a list price of US$1,499.99, the 34-inch Samsung Odyssey G85SB QD-OLED curved gaming monitor (model number LS34BG850SNXZA) is now available for US$1,299.99 via both Amazon and Samsung US. Its highlights include a 175 Hz refresh rate, a minimum response time of 0.03 ms, HDR True Black 400, and more.
While providing “near-infinite color contrast” and “supreme color and depth expression” thanks to the duo consisting of Samsung’s QD-OLED panel and Neo Quantum image processor, the 34-inch Odyssey G85SB curved gaming monitor is now available for less than US$1,300 for the first time since its late December 2022 release. The drop from US$1,499.99 to US$1,299.99 took place on both Amazon and Samsung US earlier this week. Those looking to go big without exceeding US$2,000 should check the 49-inch Samsung Odyssey G95NA, which is currently 20% off on Amazon, so it can be acquired for US$1,700 instead of US$2,299.99.
The Odyssey G85SB curved gaming monitor with model number LS34BG850SNXZA has 3,440 X 1,440 pixels, a 1800R curve, and delivers a visual experience compliant with the VESA DisplayHDR True Black 400 specification. Gamers will enjoy the 175 Hz refresh rate and 0.03 ms response rate, as well as the Samsung Gaming Hub game streaming app. CoreSync & Core Lighting+ are also in the list of specs and features, as well as adjustable height, tilt, swivel, and pivot. Wireless and USB-C video input are both supported.
The list of smart features of this Tizen-driven monitor includes support for Bixby and Alexa voice commands, SmartThings integration, as well as Smart TV Plus. A remote is included in the retail package alongside the monitor and its power cable.
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Codrut Nistor, 2023-05-16 (Update: 2023-05-16)