Samsung has unveiled its largest twisting project here, the 55-inch Odyssey Ark, showcasing its sporting prowess and performance. For players, it revolves around your viewing area so that you can see in front of and around you while playing Flight Simulator, For example. But it can also be converted to 90 degrees to work photos, Zoom feed displays, spreadsheets and anything else you would like to see.
The Odyssey Ark is a compact Quantum Dot Mini LED display with a sharp 16 and 9: 9 aspect ratio, as opposed to a 32: 9 inch 49-inch wide display. Odyssey Neo G9. It can be tilted and tilted through a fixed position (HAS), so that you can place it in the right angle. It is a beautiful key, because it is so big that it is tilted straight so you have to lift your neck to see the top of the screen.
It also offers a wide range of options that “allow users to customize the Odyssey Ark exactly the way they want and the customizable screen size to fit the game or program without compromising its 4K display with bright, beautiful graphics.” in writing to journalists. Other features such as brightness, color accuracy, latency and more are not revealed, but with the Mini LED you can rely on a bright, fast and accurate color indicator.
Samsung media outlets only feature the Odyssey Ark from the top and sides, but YouTuber Tim Schofield posted some photos from the CES show. Suffice to say, it is the most beautiful when it comes to photos, it works like a triple display where the top is bigger than the user. Samsung plans to bring it to the US in the second half of 2022, but has not yet released any prices.
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