Save $500 On Samsung’s New 49-Inch OLED Gaming Monitor For Black Friday – GameSpot

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A good gaming monitor can make a big difference when you’re playing the hottest titles, and for anyone looking to flex some GPU power, you won’t want to miss out on this early Black Friday 2023 deal for the very wide Samsung Odyssey G93SC. This gorgeous 49-inch ultrawide OLED display launched in September for $1,600, but you can buy it now for only $1,100 at Amazon.

Samsung Odyssey ultrawide monitor

A behemoth with advanced display technologies, the Samsung Odyssey is a 49-inch monitor with 1800R curvature. It’s powered by Quantum Dot Technology which provides outstanding performance. With this OLED panel, you’re getting brighter colors, deeper blacks, and a more intense contrast that provides a visually stunning experience. Other impressive features include a super-fast 0.03ms response time, a 240Hz refresh rate, and AMD FreeSync Premium Pro that keeps fast gameplay scenes running smoothly.

With a 32:9 aspect ratio and a max resolution of 5120 x 1440, there’s plenty of screen real estate here to play around with. Sony’s recent PlayStation ports offer excellent ultrawide screen support, so if you’re looking to see how much of a difference all that extra space makes, check out games like Marvel’s Spider-Man or Ratchet And Clank: Rift Apart. GameSpot sister site Fanatical has deals on some of PlayStation’s PC games.

The Samsung Odyssey G93SC also comes with impressive built-in speakers, allowing you to keep your desktop neat when you set this massive unit up.

If this 49-inch monitor isn’t big enough for your liking, Samsung’s 55-inch Odyssey Ark 4K gaming monitor is on sale for a whopping $900 off at Amazon and Best Buy, dropping the price to $1,800.

For more tech deals, you can save $500 on the Surface Pro 9 tablet, 8BitDo is offering several discounts on its excellent controllers, and early Black Friday PlayStation discounts are now live.

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