Save $150 on Samsung's curved 27" Odyssey 240Hz QHD monitor for ultra-immersive gaming

Samsung Odyssey G6
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Samsung's Odyssey gaming monitors are synonymous with quality in the PC gaming scene, offering a range of variants, many with curved screens and high-end specs. The Odyssey G65B is no exception, flaunting a QHD (2560 x 1440) resolution over a 1000R curvature, supporting up to 240Hz refresh rates with as little as 1 ms response time.

Available directly from Samsung with a 21% discount for a $150 saving, these Odyssey G6 monitors surround your peripheral vision with DisplayHDR 600-verified visuals for deeper dark spots and brighter highlights.

'Boost your reality,' says Samsung, but I'd rather escape reality with a beautiful screen like this. Keep me in the games, thanks.

27" Odyssey G65B | $700 $549.99 at Samsung

27" Odyssey G65B | $700 $549.99 at Samsung

Enter into immersive gaming with this 27" gaming monitor featuring a 1000R curvature, HDR support, a 240Hz refresh rate with adaptive sync, and a 1ms response time. Its modern aesthetic should please any hardcore gamer, too.

Samsung is no stranger to our usual recommendations for the best curved gaming monitors, usually going even further into ultra-widescreen territory. However, not everyone has the space of a small city block for a gigantic panel on their desk, so this 27" Odyssey G6 is far more realistic.

Plus, if you've never tried 240Hz refresh rates, I can tell you from first-hand experience that it's totally worth it. Forget all the chatter about the limits of the human eye; you can see the difference. Naturally, if you want to play games as fast as that, you'll need some beefy hardware to back it up, but even my day-to-day desktop experience feels slick and satisfying with 120-240Hz panels.

Dropping the price to a mere $550 is a steal for a height-adjustable monitor that pivots for a vertical view, especially with a 1000R curve and specs like the Odyssey G6. Grab it while you can.

Ben Wilson
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