The most recent gaming displays from Samsung have built-in GeForce Now, Google Stadia, and more.

In the age of cloud gaming, you may create great games without the support of powerful hardware. With support for cloud gaming services like Google Stadia, GeForce Now, and Xbox Game Pass incorporated into its latest monitors, Samsung is now doubling down on that strategy.

The G70B and G65B monitors from the new Samsung Odyssey gaming monitor family, which supports Samsung’s Tizen platform, were announced at Gamescom 2022 this week. This new series supports both the Samsung Smart Platform and the Samsung Gaming Hub, which both provide access to video streaming apps and other features.

These new gaming monitors support Google Stadia, Xbox Game Pass Ultimate, Nvidia GeForce Now, Amazon Luna, and Utomik natively thanks to the Samsung Gaming Hub. The Gaming Hub, which was initially introduced on Samsung’s 2022 smart TVs earlier this year, will also be available on the Samsung Odyssey Ark , a massive curved gaming monitor that Samsung unveiled this month and is presently accepting registration for (with savings of $100 for sign-ups).

These new Odyssey displays enable AirPlay 2, Samsung DeX (wireless), Bixby, and Alexa in addition to Gaming Hub.

With a 144Hz refresh rate, UHD resolution, and a 1ms response time with both G-Sync and FreeSync for PC gaming, the Samsung Odyssey G70B will be offered in 28-inch and 32-inch sizes. In contrast, the G65B is a curved display with 27- or 32-inch choices, a 240Hz refresh rate, and similar specifications.

In Q4 2022, Samsung will launch these revolutionary monitors all across the world. No price has been disclosed.
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