Samsung has announced that its Odyssey Neo G7 monitor, which it revealed earlier this year, will value $999.99 and is on the market at present. For the cash, you’ll be getting a 43-inch 4K Mini LED show that may run at 144Hz together with Samsung’s Good Hub software program that allows you to use streaming providers like GeForce Now, Xbox Sport Move, and Netflix with out having to hook up with a pc or console.
Samsung says the show has a matte coating that ought to assist reduce down on reflections and glare and that it has VESA Show HDR600 certification and FreeSync Premium Professional. The monitor additionally features a wholesome collection of I/O, together with two HDMI 2.1 ports (one among which helps eArc), a DisplayPort 1.4 connector, and two USB 3 Kind-A ports. It additionally helps Bluetooth 5.2 and Wi-Fi 5, although the shortage of Wi-Fi 6 or 6E in all probability means you’ll wish to plug in ethernet in case you’re attempting to stream video games on to the monitor.
The included stand appears to solely assist tilt adjustment, which isn’t best for ergonomics, however in keeping with the spec sheet, it does have a VESA 200 × 200 mount that you can use to connect a third-party arm — or mount it to the wall as a result of its dimension would make it a superbly enough TV in some areas.
The Neo G7 has a flat panel, not like the curved shows that Samsung makes use of on a few of its extra bombastic Odyssey displays just like the 55-inch Ark or the “8K” Neo G9. Nonetheless, these displays are additionally considerably costlier (presumably — the corporate hasn’t launched pricing data for the G9, however the monitor it’s changing began at $2,499 and never 8K). You should purchase the Neo G7, which has the mannequin identify G70NC, from Samsung’s site, and the corporate says it’ll even be out there at “choose retailers nationwide.”