Samsung has unveiled its largest curved monitor yet, showing the potential for both the 55-inch Odyssey Arc, gaming and productivity. For gamers, it encloses your field of view so you can see the front and the side while playing. Fictional aviation, In this case. However it can be turned 90 degrees in a portrait adaptation for work, showing a zoom feed, spreadsheet and everything you need to see.
The Odyssey Arc is a Quantum Dot Mini LED display with a fairly sharp curvature and a 16: 9 aspect ratio, as opposed to the 49-inch wide 32: 9 format. Odyssey Neo G9. It can pivot and tilt through the height adjustable stand (HAS), so you can set it at the best angle. This is quite the key, because when it is tilted vertically it is so large that you have to crane your neck to see the top of the display.
It also offers multiview options that allow users to adjust the Odyssey Arc to a fully adapted screen size to match games or programs without compromising on 4K displays and bright, colorful images. “Samsung wrote in a press release. Other features like refresh rate, color accuracy, latency and much more have not been revealed yet, but with Mini LED you can probably rely on a reasonably bright, fast and accurate color monitor.
Samsung’s press shots only show the Odyssey Arc diagonally from the top and sides, but YouTuber Tim Schofield tweeted some pictures from the CES show floor. Suffice it to say, while in portrait mode it is quite gorgeous, basically acting as a triple display with the upper part literally above the user. Samsung plans to bring it to the United States in the second half of 2022, but has not yet announced a price.
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