Jakarta, Gizmology – Samsung Electronics Co. announced the latest model in the Samsung Odyssey Ark line of gaming monitors. This monitor comes with a 55-inch screen with a curvature of 1000R and a refresh rate of 165 Hz.
With a 55-inch display and 4K resolution, the Samsung Odyssey Ark is the largest PC monitor Samsung has released so far. In addition to its large size, the Samsung Odyssey Ark is also equipped with other features, which can be used in horizontal and vertical modes at the same time.
This is made possible by the presence of a special stand that can be used to adjust the position of the screen by rotating (pivot). Even through the Multi View feature this monitor allows the monitor to be used to its full potential by displaying up to four screens simultaneously, eliminating the need for multi-monitor setups.
“The gaming community craves new experiences and Odyssey Ark provides access to a new game world that will raise the bar across the industry,” said Ha Hye-sung, executive vice president of the Visual Display Business at Samsung Electronics. ).
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Samsung Odyssey Ark Curved Monitor
The Odyssey Ark comes with Samsung’s Quantum Matrix, which can control LEDs state-of-the-art. This monitor is also equipped with Matte Display and Sound Dome technology so that it is claimed to help enhance the cinematic experience of Odyssey Ark.
This monitor even has AI Sound Booster and Dolby Atmos to enhance the surround sound experience with a 2.2.2 channel of 60 watts. As a gaming monitor, Samsung also presents the Gaming Hub, a game streaming portal where gamers can find and play games from Xbox, Nvidia GeForce Now, Google Stadia, Utomik, and Amazon Luma.
Samsung plans to launch the Odyssey Ark first in the UK then successively in key countries and regions. The 55-inch Samsung Odyssey Ark 4K UHD Gaming Monitor is currently available for pre-order at Samsung’s online store and is priced at USD3,499 (Rp51.6 million).
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