Microsoft Microsoft Store: $150.00 Off Samsung Odyssey G7 Curved Gaming Monitors Until February 28 Save $150 on Samsung Odyssey G7 Gaming Monitors!

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Give yourself more screen space from Microsoft, where you can save $150.00 on Samsung Odyssey G7 Curved Gaming Monitors!

Originally released in July 2020, Samsung's Odyssey G7 monitors have received positive reviews for their excellent gaming performance, colour accuracy and robust feature-set. Both 27" and 32" models include a curved VA panel with support for QHD resolution (2560 x 1440) at up to 240Hz, which make them suitable for gaming at high refresh rates and office use with extra pixels for productivity. Other features include:

  • Infinity Core design with RGB lighting for gaming rig dominance
  • 1000R curved screen matches the curvature of the human eye, reducing eyestrain and deepening immersion into games
  • Whopping 2560 x 1440 resolution packs in 1.7 times the pixel density of standard Full HD,
  • Ultra-smooth refresh rate of 240Hz and 1ms response time grants four times the fluidity of conventional displays
  • Support for G-Sync and FreeSync Premium Pro mean every moment is matched to the output of your GPU
  • Ports: 2 x DisplayPort, 1 x HDMI, 2 x USB 3.0

For comparison, both monitors are currently regular price at other retailers including Amazon.ca, Best Buy and Samsung.

This offer is effective online until February 28 and the Microsoft Store offers free shipping on all orders with no minimum.

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    • Is the 27" preferred due to pixel density?
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    • If you have the Microsoft offer through RBC offers, you can get a $50 statement credit as well!
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    • Be warned. The G7 and G9 panels suffer from panel defect. I had to return my G9 few times before getting one without flickering. If you Google G7 / G9 flickering, you will see the issue is wide spread. Purchase with caution.
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    • xinhang wrote: Be warned. The G7 and G9 panels suffer from panel defect. I had to return my G9 few times before getting one without flickering. If you Google G7 / G9 flickering, you will see the issue is wide spread. Purchase with caution.
      thanks. wallet is safe
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    • Rekognize wrote: Is the 27" preferred due to pixel density?
      I choose the 27" because I'd be mostly playing first person shooters. No idea about the pixel density of the 27" vs the 32" though.
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    • xinhang wrote: Be warned. The G7 and G9 panels suffer from panel defect. I had to return my G9 few times before getting one without flickering. If you Google G7 / G9 flickering, you will see the issue is wide spread. Purchase with caution.
      Flickering should be resolved with the firmware update that dropped in November. That being said, you do have to know what you're getting yourself into with these panels (i.e. FPS range for effective freesync/g-sync, scanline issue related to black equalizer, etc.) I have the 32 inch and it's been great, but it's not a flawless monitor by any means.
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    • xinhang wrote: Be warned. The G7 and G9 panels suffer from panel defect. I had to return my G9 few times before getting one without flickering. If you Google G7 / G9 flickering, you will see the issue is wide spread. Purchase with caution.
      I was under the impression when researching the monitor that the earlier produced panels did indeed have the flickering issues but the issues have since been addressed with new firmware and the issue have been resolved. But if you do get one with flickering issues just return it. Free returns=)
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    • This has been $699 new on amazon.ca recently (January) and not 3rd party seller
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    • How is this for gaming with next-gen consoles?
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    • AudiEH4 wrote: How is this for gaming with next-gen consoles?
      amazing on series x.

      rated by rtings as best for game consoles.
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    • Correct me If I am wrong but this does not have 2.1 hdmi therefore cannot output more than 60 Hz on consoles right ?
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    • Keep in mind that pushing 240 frames at 1440p in modern games with all the eye candy enabled is pretty much impossible. you're better off paying 200$ bucks less for a 120/165hz monitor.

      This deal is only good for professional CS GO players and those that don't mind low to medium settings in modern games.
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    • Flickering from G-Sync was resolved with firmware, but there is another type of flicker/flashing. It was never resolved. I had three monitors with production dates in November and December, and only the third one is free of this issue.
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    • anyone stack moola gift card codes?
      Mr. Snazzypants wrote: This has been $699 new on amazon.ca recently (January) and not 3rd party seller
      yeah, but that was black friday/boxing day price, need time machine. actually with moola GCs you could bring it down to ~$699? I saw ppl do it in Xbox series x thread with MS store
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    • HotDealFreak wrote: Correct me If I am wrong but this does not have 2.1 hdmi therefore cannot output more than 60 Hz on consoles right ?
      This will output 1440p/120hz on console and since it can accept a 4k signal, it will scale it down to 1440p/60hz with HDR on.
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    • ManCaveGamer wrote:
      yeah, but that was black friday/boxing day price, need time machine. actually with moola GCs you could bring it down to ~$699? I saw ppl do it in Xbox series x thread with MS store
      No - it was $699 new on January 6th and 7th to be exact.
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    • xinhang wrote: Flickering from G-Sync was resolved with firmware, but there is another type of flicker/flashing. It was never resolved. I had three monitors with production dates in November and December, and only the third one is free of this issue.
      why would you have 3? looking for a perfect pixel panel? just curious...
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    • AudiEH4 wrote: This will output 1440p/120hz on console and since it can accept a 4k signal, it will scale it down to 1440p/60hz with HDR on.
      So technically not so great for console since you would not take advantage of the 240 hz screen
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    • ManCaveGamer wrote: why would you have 3? looking for a perfect pixel panel? just curious...
      Because the first two panels were defective. It keep having this weird flashing band of about 5cm wide to the left of the center of the screen.
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    • xinhang wrote: Because the first two panels were defective. It keep having this weird flashing band of about 5cm wide to the left of the center of the screen.
      damn, sounds like bad quality control if you had 2 bad ones in a row... I see a few open box G7's on sale so there's returns, worries me
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