Samsung LS49CG954SUXXU Odyssey Smart OLED 49″ Gaming Monitor – 5120×1440, Speakers, HDMI 2.1, 0.03ms, 240Hz, Full Smart Platform

£1,176.10

  • With a hair-raising 0.03ms response time on the 240Hz screen, react to your opponent’s every move quicker than ever on the lightning-fast screen
  • ​Feel the difference of Samsung OLED. A brighter screen delivers more colors, shades and contrast for a more brilliant picture at all times, powered by Quantum Dot technology
  • Smart TV Experience – Take a break from long gaming sessions to catch up on must-see streaming content with just a Wi-Fi connection
  • DisplayHDR True Black 400 – Uncover every secret with infinite expression. See true black and dark colors on screen without pixel light bleed for supreme color and depth expression in every game.
  • Versatile connectivity – Tap into a multitude of input options. HDMI 2.1, DisplayPort and USB Hub let you hook up to favorite devices that elevate your game with no mess
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Brand

‎Samsung

Product Dimensions

‎23.6 x 119.4 x 52.9 cm, 12.9 Kilograms

Item model number

‎LS49CG954SUXXU

Manufacturer

‎Samsung

Series

‎LS49CG954SUXXU

Colour

‎Silver

Standing screen display size

‎49 Inches

Screen Resolution

‎5120×1440

resolution

‎5120 x 1440 Pixels

Speaker Description

‎Adaptive Sound Pro

Number of HDMI Ports

‎2

Are Batteries Included

‎Yes

Item Weight

‎12.9 kg

Guaranteed software updates until

‎unknown

Average Rating

4.86

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7 Reviews For This Product

  1. 07

    by Mad Max

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     Big, heavy and takes up a lot of room, but worth it if you have the space. I’m using it with a katana GF66 gaming laptop for sim racing and the picture quality is excellent, no issues and I can finally avoid clattering against the cars on track next to me on my blind side because I can now actually see them. Worth every penny, you need an ultra high speed hdmi cable and a good graphics card to run it though

  2. 07

    by Mrs Vaughan

    I bought this to replace a dual Screen set-up as it worked out the same desk space but a higher spec screen. I game and use it for work.

    Paired with my 3090 it plays most modern games in full resolution very well and G sync makes any fps variation unnoticeable. I miss having a second screen for putting temps or vids on but I may buy a small cheap 10 inch monitor for this later.

    As for working, it works just as well as a dual screen setup as you can still snap 2 or more windows and it looks just the same as a multi-screen set up.

    It is very heavy and gets fairly warm after being in use for a long time and I would not have considered buying this monitor at full RRP but I got it for £900 which I am happy with.

  3. 07

    by Mad Max

    49” screen is about the same as two screens 27” stacked together side by side. Personally I’m spending a lot of time in the front of my computers and already seeing that headaches and dizziness have subsided after the upgrade.

    Prons
    1. Some may find 49” useful due to the enormous amount of workspace where working in Adobe Premiere Pro might be very useful.
    2. Samsung did a great job with spec and capabilities. The refresh rate and screen quality is just amazing.

    Cons
    1. Price.
    2. 49” screen due to the curvature takes awful lot of space, so that needs to be taken into account.
    3. Due to the fact the stand also takes up too much desk space, you will find yourself buying a desk mount, ie. Ergotron. Other cheap knock offs (tried those) are not worth the effort. I had to bite the bullet and bought v.expensive Ergotron albeit worth every penny.

    Hope this helps make the right choice. If you decide for two 27” screens, go for the ones offering 144Hz and 1ms refresh rate at minimum.

  4. 07

    by KAS

    Since the review below I have got a replacement for the monitor and second time around I can give this monitor 5 Stars. The replacement has non of the faults of the previous monitor and everything works has it should. Now I am happy to own one of these monitors and thought it only fair to add this fact to my previous review.
    Many faults HDR darkens the screen so you cannot use it, full 5210 x 1440 works @ 60Hz. Screen can also start flicker turn dark and lock up. These are just 3 of many faults with the Samsung G9 many more become apparent when you do some research on the internet PC forums. The price is way too high for a monitor with so many issues. I was looking for a good experience but sadly did not find it so returned after 24 hours.
    Please do your research before buying this particular monitor although other Samsung monitors I have owned have been quite satisfactory.

  5. 07

    by C. Evans

    This monitor was suggested to me by a Discord server full of people with some expertise in this space. They have compiled tons of research into a spreadsheet and this is the one that suited my needs perfectly. I was advised to save money and get this G9 rather than the G9 Neo, as the difference between the 2 isn’t worth the increased price.

    This is cheaper and better than the competition, which is surprising since Samsung are usually nowhere near as cheap as its competition, but this monitor is leaps and bounds ahead of anything else that I could find similar to this.

    It felt like a no-brainer, and right they were; this monitor is absolutely fantastic. The quality is blowing my mind still today, the speed is great, the way my games look … I can’t express how beautiful they are. GTA V with the graphics mod known as NVE (Natural Vision Evolved) looks out of this world on ultra settings. Microsoft Flight Simulator on ultra is beautiful, WoW even looks insane on this monitor.

    Most importantly, however, I bought this monitor for sim-racing. It’s exactly what I needed for that, and ticks all of the boxes. I have no issue with motion, colour range, brightness / darkness or any of that stuff. The one thing this monitor scored quite low on was black uniformity but for me I’ve not noticed that it’s bad at all, perhaps I need to be a completely dark room to spot that; I usually have a lamp on.

    I’m no expert when it comes to knowing what I’m on about with monitors which is why I let the experts provide the data and I made my decision based on that.

    No regrets at all, it looks awesome (front and back) and has completely changed how I race and how I write code.

  6. 07

    by G. Morrison

    This thing is big. Set up was tricky, but if you follow the instructions it’s pretty straightforward. I definitely recommend using the bottom half of the polystyrene for support when building it up and plugging in cables etc.

    Mine arrived in perfect condition, and I’ve heard no pops, bangs or cracks when the thing warms up. The OSD is quite intuitive, and after downloading the Samsung drivers and making sure it was displaying at 240hz I was good to go.

    It’s great for work, and I use a piece of software that enables fast window resizing, which I run three windows at around 40:40:20. For games it’s great – the 240hz helps to make things smooth, even if your graphics card struggles to push higher than 100fps, this monitor still makes things look silky. The immersion too is on another level from the 35 inch curved screen I upgraded from.

    All in all, I love it.

  7. 07

    by DaveB

    Absolutely gorgeous, best in its class

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