Samsung Odyssey Neo G7 goes up for order in the US at US$1,299.99
Samsung has started offering the Odyssey Neo G7, a cheaper alternative to the Odyssey Neo G8 that the company has also begun selling. Available globally throughout this month, the Odyssey Neo G7 is already orderable in the US, as is the case with the Odyssey Neo G8. However, Samsung will begin shipping the Odyssey Neo G7 from June 17, over 3 weeks before the Odyssey Neo G8.
To recap, the Odyssey Neo G7 has a 32-inch and 1000R curved display like its Odyssey Neo G8 sibling. Likewise, the 16:9 monitor supports Quantum HDR 2000 with up to 2,000 nits of peak brightness and has 1 ms GtG response times, plus AMD FreeSync Premium Pro coverage. Additionally, the Odyssey Neo G7, also referred to by Samsung as the G75NB, has CoreSync Lighting integration, plus numerous other game features like Adaptive Picture and Auto Source Switch+.
While the Odyssey Neo G7 shares many similarities with the Odyssey Neo G8, including its 4K native resolution, the former peaks at a 165 Hz refresh rate. Unsurprisingly, Samsung has included DisplayPort 1.4 and HDMI 2.1 connectivity to make the Odyssey Neo G7 compatible with current-generation games consoles and high-end gaming PCs. For some reason, Samsung has not confirmed how much the Odyssey Neo G7 costs in many markets. In saying that, the company has listed the gaming monitor for US$1,299.99 in the US, which you can order through its website.