Samsung Big display launch at CES this year It's all about curvature. The 1000R measurements of the Odyssey G9 and G7 gaming monitors are designed to more accurately match the field of view of the human eye. I tried The huge 49-inch G9 does feel like the screen is wrapped around me, although for some reason Samsung decided to use only 16: 9 for presentations Overwatch.
But not only must these panels be good for the game, I can also see that they have a big impact on productivity. The problem is that the Odyssey model looks like it was assembled with modified components of the Starship Superdrive.
Can you solve this problem in the office?
This may be why Samsung is now expanding its 1000R range to include more rigorous designs. Such as Noticed Sam phone, T55 series Available in 24, 27, and 32-inch sizes, all of which have FreeSync-compatible 75Hz 1080p VA displays. The back panel also features fabric texture, thin bezels, and a slim metal base.
Unfortunately, this means that while these displays may look good on your desk, they cannot provide the resolution of the Odyssey model or anything near real estate. Samsung said that the 1000R curvature still helps reduce eye fatigue, which is obviously a consideration for office workers, but on smaller 16: 9 panels, the difference will not be so great.
Nevertheless, this still shows that Samsung is serious about the entire 1000R product, and maybe we will soon see some more tasteful ultra-wide models separating the two. Prices and availability of the T55 series have not been announced.