News Samsung Odyssey Neo G8 4K 240Hz Gaming Display Priced at $1,499, Neo G7 Hits 165Hz

docbones69

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I am wondering if 31.5 is to small for 4k for daily use. I currently use a 32" at 1440p with 125% scale and thats works out great. I think for 4k, I would want to go more with a 38 inch size.
 

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That G8 is very tempting with its "on paper" specs but too much of a committement at $1500 without actual user/technical testing. Also its quite sad that for $1500 you can buy a beast of a TV with better specs but can't find anything at 32'', 48'' is the smaller I find and its way too big for the distance it'd be from my eyes. Don't really understand why 4k is suddenly a dry market for PC monitors when we finally have good hardware to drive them and a new gen probably coming this year.
 

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I am wondering if 31.5 is to small for 4k for daily use. I currently use a 32" at 1440p with 125% scale and thats works out great. I think for 4k, I would want to go more with a 38 inch size.
I, personally, think 32" with 4K is the sweet spot, I had own the next step size (40") monitor with 4K, and the pixel is too big (blocky) to my taste, so I sold it and rest with 32" 4K monitor until now.
 
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