Deal | 49-inch Samsung Odyssey OLED G95SC curved gaming monitor drops to lowest price in 30 days
The Samsung Odyssey OLED G9 G95SC arrived mid-June carrying a list price tag of US$2,199.99. In early August, it dropped to US$1,799.99 on Amazon, a value currently displayed on Samsung US as well as the default. Even better, those interested in this 49-inch behemoth with a resolution of 5,120 X 1,440 pixels can get it for US$1,599.99 from both sources. According to Amazon, this is the lowest price this monitor had on the platform in the last 30 days.
This curved gaming monitor has a typical brightness value of 250 nits and a minimum of 200. According to the official product page, it is compliant with the HDR10+ Gaming standard and VESA DisplayHDR True Black 400, as well as AMD FreeSync Premium Pro. The screen curve value is 1800R, and the list of highlights interesting for any potential buyer also includes a 240 Hz refresh rate, a latency that can go as low as 0.03 ms, as well as a full set of smart features provided via the Tizen OS platform.
The connectivity options available are HDMI 2.1, DP 1.4, as well as Wireless Display. The monitor ships with a DP cable and a HDMI to Micro HDMI cable.
The user reviews of this monitor are mixed, and most opinions seem to show that the Odyssey OLED G9 G95SC is worth its price only for certain gamers. However, the price drop to US$1,599.99 might make it appealing to a larger category of potential users. At the time of publishing, the LS49CG954SNXZA model had less than 80 reviews on both Amazon and Samsung US, with a general rating of 3.9 on Amazon and 4.1 on Samsung US. As usual, you are welcome to share your thoughts on this deal in the comments section.
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