Samsung’s Odyssey OLED G9 just got a $400 price drop

Odyssey OLED G9 Gaming Monitor

Samsung’s Odyssey OLED G9 is one of the company’s best and most impressive monitors for gaming to date, and it just got a price drop of $400 over on Amazon. This is one of only a few times it’s been on sale since it was released officially in 2023. The regular price for it is $1,599.99 but right now you can pick it up for just $1,199.99. That’s a pretty good discount for a 49-inch UltraWide OLED gaming monitor with as many features as this one has. It’s not quite as good as the deal that was offered during Black Friday where it was $600 off. But that was a Black Friday sale.

And if you’re not keen on waiting until November to see if this drops that low again, this might be the best price you see on the Odyssey OLED G9 for a while. So what makes this a worthy gaming monitor? Well, aside from the large screen with immersive views, it has a QHD resolution for excellent 1440p gaming. It also has a 240Hz refresh rate. These are two of the best things about it. It’s a good combination because if your other PC components are powerful enough, you should have no problem running games in 1440p with close to the maximum frame rate this monitor supports. What that means for you is super smooth gaming visuals.

It also supports HDMI 2.1 which is great for the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X owners, and it has picture-by-picture. The picture-by-picture feature is one of my favorites. Because it lets you display two sources right next to each other at the same time. You’re splitting up the screen width into two smaller monitors side by side. So you can have your console running and your PC running and see both simultaneously. Or, if you play with a friend or loved one, you can have two PCs hooked up and display both on the same monitor and play together. Which would be great for multiplayer content.

In addition to all this, it has really low input lag and it supports FreeSync Premium Pro.

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