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CES 2022: 3 Samsung monitors unveiled, including world's 1st 4K 240Hz monitor

Samsung announced 3 new models of monitors today, one of which is the world's 1st 4K with a 240Hz refresh rate called the "Odyssey Neo G8".
CES 2022: 3 Samsung monitors unveiled, including world's 1st 4K 240Hz monitor
The Odyssey Neo G8

Three new monitors from Samsung!

All of these are scheduled to be made official at CES 2022 event from January 5-7 in Las Vegas.

The main highlight among the three is the Samsung Odyssey Neo G8. It is a 32-inch screen bearing the first 4K 240Hz panel in the world. It also includes 1000R curvature and Quantum Mini LED backlighting.

The mini LED backlighting system makes use of components that are 1/40th the size of standard LEDs. The display can deliver up to 2000 nits of peak brightness in HDR content with 4096 step backlight adjustment thanks to Samsung's Quantum Matrix and Quantum HDR 2000 technology.

The Odyssey Neo G8 also features dual HDMI 2.1 ports and a single DisplayPort 1.4. Meanwhile, the Auto Source Switch+ function can change sources on its own when a linked device is turned on. Additionally, the CoreSync function adapts the RGB lighting on the back of the Monitor to compliment what's on the screen.
The Smart Monitor M8
The Smart Monitor M8

Moving to the next model, it is called the Smart Monitor M8 with a 32-inch UHD panel. It features a webcam that is capable of interacting with the Google Duo app. This monitor also works that of a Smart TV as it comes with pre-installed apps meant for streaming. It also has a wireless remote control that you normally get from Samsung TVs.
The UHD Monitor S8
The UHD Monitor S8

The third model would be the Samsung UHD Monitor S8. Touted as the world's first monitor with glare-free certification by Underwriters Laboratories, it is engineered for content creation which comes in two variants—a 27-inch size and 32-inch that both come with Ultra HD resolution. 

The S8 monitor boasts 98 percent DCI-P3 color space coverage, VESA DisplayHDR 600 certified (32-inch only), and wired LAN connectivity. It has USB-C ports which can be connected to approved laptops to provide visual and audio signals to the monitor, as well as Ethernet data and 90W of power.

The monitors mentioned above are expected to be launched in the first six months of 2022. More details will be presented at the CES 2022 event. Stay tuned for more updates.

Source: Samsung

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