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Samsung Starts Selling Its First OLED Gaming Screen


Samsung has started selling its new Odyssey OLED G8 screen for video game enthusiasts, which is the first OLED gaming screen of its production. The company revealed the screen last year, and promised to put it on the market during the last quarter of it, but it seems that undisclosed problems led to a delay in its official launch until today.

The screen measures 34 inches and has a curvature of 1800 mm in diameter, and features a high refresh rate of 175 Hz with an ultra-small response time of 0.1ms. The screen uses Samsung's Quantom Dot technology to cover 99.3% of the color gamut according to the DCI-P3 standard. It carries a resolution of 1,440 x 3,440 pixels and is supported by AMD FreeSync technology to provide a high-performance gaming experience.

The screen offers several capabilities that are not available in most gaming screens of its class, as it has a base that can be controlled in height, a backlight that can be synchronized with the movement and colors of the game, built-in 5-watt stereo speakers, and USB-C, Micro HDMI and Mini DP ports. .

In addition to all of the above, it can be used as a smart TV screen as it comes equipped with the Samsung TV system Tizen OS that comes loaded with a number of video watching applications, and it also comes with a remote control and Samsung Game Hub service that allows broadcasting games from several providers Cloud like Xbox Game Pass and NVIDIA GeForce Now.

Samsung is considered one of the leading companies in the field of OLED technology that it uses in the screens of TVs and phones, but this is the first time that the company launches a gaming screen with this technology intended for desktop computer users