At 43 inches in size, the Odyssey Neo G7 It is a monitor of considerable dimensions. Its 4K (3840×2160) VA panel is illuminated using a Mini LED matrix that Samsung has dubbed Quantum Matrix. This technology allows it to boast a truly high contrast, with a ratio of 4,250:1 and a maximum brightness of 600 cd/m2 (400 cd/m2 during normal use) compatible with the DisplayHDR 600 standard.
Unfortunately Samsung has not communicated the number of independent lighting zones. In the absence of this data, we can complete its features by noting that it has a refresh rate of 144 Hz and that the response time is set at 1 ms (MPRT). For those interested in its color rendering capabilities, Samsung claims that the Odyssey Neo G7 covers 95% of the DCI-P3 space.
The list of connectivity options includes one DisplayPort 1.4 port, two HDMI 2.1, two USB 3.0, and one Ethernet. There is also Bluetooth and Wi-Fi 5 support, since in addition to being a monitor gaming conventional, incorporates Smart TV functions thanks to the Tizen platform, including support for streaming usual and others such as Xbox Cloud Gaming or GeForce Now, present on their televisions. Its management can be done by connecting a gamepad or using the included remote control.
Samsung will launch the Odyssey Neo G7 during the first quarter of this year, but hasn’t provided a launch price for now.