At this year's CES, Samsung introduced its new lineup of gaming monitors consisting of the Odyssey G9 and G7. Today, the company announced that the displays are available for pre-order, starting at $699.99 for the G7 and $1699.99 for the G9.
Both models have a 1440p QLED 1000R curvature with a 1ms response time and 240Hz refresh rate. These monitors also support Nvidia's G-SYNC and Adaptive Sync over DisplayPort 1.4, which are supposed to deliver a much smoother gameplay. The G9 sports a 49-inch dual QHD (5120x1440) display with a 32:9 aspect ratio and a peak brightness of 1000 nits. It also features Quantum Dot technology combined with an HDR1000 VA panel for "lifelike colors". On the other hand, the G7 is a cheaper model, coming in two variants: 27-inch and 32-inch. With its lesser price, there are some trade-offs in terms of features such as reduced display resolution at 2560x1440, less brightness at 600 nits, and HDR600 VA panel.
When it comes to design, the G9 has a glossy white finish and an "infinity core" on the back while the G7 boasts a matte black external body. The monitors will be available for purchase from July 13 via Samsung's website and partner retailers. In the meantime, you can pre-order the G9 here and the G7 here.