Samsung set to showcase 3 new high-end monitors at CES 2022


CES 2022 hasn't started yet, but some companies are already teasing their new products. Samsung is expected to introduce a variety of different products like the Galaxy S22 smartphones. But that's not all, as the company officially revealed some upcoming monitors.

As announced by Samsung, three new models will be making an appearance at CES 2022 - Odyssey Neo G8, Smart Monitor M8, and High Resolution Monitor S8. These are high-end monitors that cater to different users such as gamers, remote workers, and creators. Now, let's take a quick look at what they have to offer.


Samsung Odyssey Neo G8


Last month, Samsung Malaysia was giving away an Odyssey Neo G9 for free. Well, the Odyssey Neo G8 is its newest sibling. This is a 32-inch 4K curved gaming monitor with a fast 240Hz refresh rate, 1ms response time, and a 1000000:1 contrast ratio. Thanks to the company's Quantum Mini LED technology, it has a peak brightness of 2000 nits.


Samsung Smart Monitor M8

Next is the Smart Smart Monitor M8, a new model to go with the Smart Monitor M7 that we reviewed last month. This one is a smaller 32-inch monitor with a larger stand. It supports UHD resolution, 99% sRGB colour gamut, and has a higher peak brightness at 400 nits. As for features, it has a magnetic SlimFit Cam for video calls and a USB Type-C port that supports 65W charging.



Samsung High Resolution Monitor S8


Lastly, there's the High Resolution Monitor S8. As the name suggests, this monitor offers high resolutions and a wide colour gamut (98% DCI-P3) to creators like graphic designers and video editors. Available in 27-inch and 32-inch sizes, this model has a Matte Display that's certified Glare Free. It also comes with a USB Type-C port that supports 90W charging and LAN ports, so that you can link your devices together with Ethernet cables.

Samsung hasn't announced the prices yet, but expect more details at the official unveiling at CES 2022 later this week. Having said that, which model interests you the most? Let us know in the comments, and stay tuned to TechNave for more updates.