Samsung’s 43-inch Odyssey Neo G7 gaming monitor is now available

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Earlier this year Samsung announced the Odyssey Neo G7, stating it would be available later in the year. That day is today, as Samsung confirms the monitor is now available for purchase. This is the company’s first flat 43-inch gaming monitor using Quantum Mini LED technology.

Samsung has other Quantum Mini LED monitors, but they all come with curved panels or in different sizes. And now Samsung offers something for gamers who prefer a flat display. Not only that, but it’s perfect for both gaming PCs and consoles. Since it’s not an ultrawide panel you can expect the console to fill out the screen. Much like you would a TV.

The large, 43-inch display will also ensure you have plenty of screen real estate for non-gaming PC activities, such as work, or enjoying a little TV. The monitor features a 4K panel with a 144Hz refresh rate, a 1ms response time, and it’s NVIDIA G-Sync compatible.


The 43-inch Odyssey Neo G7 is available for $999

When it comes to Samsung gaming monitors of this size, $999 is sort of on the low end. At least when compared to its ultrawide Odyssey G9 and Odyssey Neo G9 options.

If the price is right, then the 43-inch Odyssey Neo G7 is available directly from Samsung or through retailers like Amazon. It supports DisplayPort 1.4 and HDMI 2.1, and comes with two USB ports if needed. It also has Samsung Gaming Hub pre-installed on it. So you could just hook it up to the internet and stream games through the cloud using Xbox Game Pass, GeForce NOW, or Amazon Luna.

It even comes with one ethernet LAN port so you can hardwire it to your wireless router for a faster and more reliable connection. At 43-inches it’s definitely going to take up some desk space. But if you have the room it might be one of the best options if you have both a PC and a console on your desk.


43-inch Odyssey Neo G7 – Samsung

43-inch Odyssey Neo G7 – Amazon

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