Samsung's latest Odyssey gaming monitors are available for pre-order

This week at Computex 2024, Samsung announced new Odyssey gaming monitors with the Odyssey OLED G8 and the Odyssey OLED G6, and those monitors are now available for pre-order if you want to secure one for your upgraded gaming rig.

Both the Odyssey OLED G8 and Odyssey OLED G6 are packed with features that gamers will love and are designed to deliver an unparalleled gaming experience. They come with some of Samsung's most advanced gaming features and monitor technology, such as Samsung Gaming Hub for access to GeForce NOW and other cloud gaming services, OLED Glare Free and OLED Safeguard+.

They also both come with lightning-fast refresh rates, with 4K UHD and QHD resolution panels for the G8 and G6 respectively. The Odyssey OLED G8 also comes with a 32-inch screen and a 240Hz refresh rate, while the Odyssey OLED G6 has a 360Hz refresh rate on its smaller 27-inch screen.

Of course, being one of Samsung's most advanced gaming monitors comes at a price. The Odyssey OLED G8 does available for pre-order for $1,299.99 and the Odyssey OLED G6 is available for pre-order for $899.99. While these are expensive, Samsung is throwing in some gifts for those who order the monitors early. This gift comes in the form of Samsung Credit that can be used for any other purchase. For example, you can pre-order the Odyssey OLED G8 and use the credit on a second of those monitors later.

The caveat is that you cannot use the credit to take money out of the initial monitor price. Still, it's a nice extra. And one worth taking advantage of if you want other Samsung gear.

Pre-order the Samsung Odyssey OLED G8 for a chance to win $5,000 in Samsung credit

Samsung is trying to give an extra boost here by handing out $5,000 in Samsung credit. This can be used on everything from additional monitors to TVs, smartphones or other audio equipment. If it is available on Samsung.com, you can use the credit on it.

Those who pre-order will get 10 entries into this giveaway from Samsung. It is worth noting that you can participate in this lottery without having to make any purchases. However, it looks like you have extra chances to win if you pre-order these new monitors.

It's also worth noting that you can pre-order all of Samsung's newly announced monitors from Computex. Not just the Odyssey OLED G8. This means the Odyssey OLED G6 and the others too.

Samsung is launching five more monitors today

Samsung makes more than just gaming monitors and today's live pre-orders include that too five more monitor options. This includes the ViewFinity S8 and ViewFinity S7, as well as the new M8, M7 and M5 smart monitors. The M7 is one to keep an eye on if you like larger screens. Because it comes in a 43-inch model. These all range from 4K UHD to Full HD and prices for these start at $349.99 for the ViewFinity S7, $399.99 for the ViewFinity S8 (S80D) and $449.99 for the ViewFinity S8 (S80UD).

Meanwhile, the Smart Monitor M5 starts at $279.99, the M7 at $399.99, and the M8 at $699.99. All five of these monitors plus the two Odyssey OLED monitors will also receive early order credits. However, the price will vary depending on the monitor. The Odyssey OLED G8 comes with a $300 credit. While the Odyssey OLED G6 comes with a $200 credit. The Smart Monitor M5 gets a $50 credit, while the ViewFinity S8 (S80D) and ViewFinity S7, as well as the Smart Monitor M7, get a $75 credit. Finally, the ViewFinity S8 (S80UD) gets a $100 credit and the Smart Monitor gets a $150 credit.

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