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Samsung adds the 27-inch Odyssey G3 monitor to its line of gaming displays

Samsung is adding a new gaming monitor to its Odyssey series. Offering a high refresh rate and low response times, the F27G33TFWU is a value-oriented flat gaming display that brings premium features to the entry-level price point.

The Samsung Odyssey G3 F27G33TFWU is a 27-inch monitor featuring an “almost frameless design” and a VA panel with 144Hz refresh rate, 1ms MPRT, and Full HD resolution. Additionally, this VA panel has an 8-bit colour depth (16.7M colours) capable of 250nits of typical brightness and featuring a contrast ratio of 4000:1.

To offer a stutter-free experience, the G3 F27G33TFWU monitor features AMD FreeSync Premium with LFC (low framerate compensation). Other features included in this display are Games mode, flicker-free technology, and an Eye Saver mode (reduces blue-light).

Regarding the display's connectivity, the Odyssey G3 F27G33TFWU has a D-Sub port, a DisplayPort, an HDMI port, and a 3.5mm audio jack. The included stand allows you to freely adjust the monitor thanks to its tilt (-5º to 20º), swivel (±30º), height adjustment (up to 130mm), and pivot capabilities (±90º). If you still want to further enhance its ergonomics, the monitor has support for VESA 100x100mm, allowing you to mount the monitor to an arm bracket.

The Samsung Odyssey G3 F27G33TFWU is already listed at a French retailer for €216.75. In the UK, the price should be around the £200 mark.

KitGuru says: Are you looking for a new gaming monitor for your setup? Will you be considering the Samsung Odyssey G3 F27G33TFWU?

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