Odyssey Neo G8, the first 4K 240Hz monitor, is now up for pre-order in UK

Odyssey Neo G8, the first 4K 240Hz monitor, is now up for pre-order in UK

July 14, 2022 0 By Jumoka Cobbs

Samsung unveiled the world’s first 4K 240Hz monitor at CES 2022, and the company is finally ready to bring it to the masses in the UK. The Odyssey Neo G8 curved monitor is now available for pre-order in the UK, and for a limited time, customers get a free 1TB SSD with every purchase.

The Odyssey Neo G8 has a 32-inch Mini LED VA panel with a 1000R curvature, a refresh rate of 240Hz, a 1ms gray-to-gray response time, and Quantum HDR 2000. It won the CES 2022 Innovation Awards thanks to its impressive specs and the immersive experience it can deliver through its curvature, high refresh rate, and 4K resolution.

Months after CES 2022, Samsung’s award-winning monitor is now available for pre-order in the UK. It costs £1,299.99 and it’s available in white.

Samsung is also gifting a 1TB SSD to customers who pre-order the Odyssey Neo G8 monitor before August 21. Specifically, it’s the 1TB Portable SSD T7 Touch. It’s secured by a fingerprint scanner, and it’s valued at £134 when purchased separately.

Samsung’s Neo G8 boasts Matte Display technology for anti-glare and anti-reflection protection. It has a height-adjustable stand with swivel and tilt functionality, and the CoreSync lighting system at the rear of the monitor provides ambient light that matches the colors on the screen. Check out the link below for more details.

Pre-order the Odyssey Neo G8 at Samsung UK

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