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    Samsung Notebook Odyssey (RTX 2080, G-Sync display) launched

    And Samsung unveils 'groundbreaking' Micro LED displays with modular capabilities.
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    Re: Samsung Notebook Odyssey (RTX 2080, G-Sync display) launched

    really don't like that big gap between the screen and the base.

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    Re: Samsung Notebook Odyssey (RTX 2080, G-Sync display) launched

    Quote Originally Posted by will19565 View Post
    really don't like that big gap between the screen and the base.
    Same. Still it's a beast. I think the microled screen is what sets it apart from others though. OLED blacks without the burn in, yes please.

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    Re: Samsung Notebook Odyssey (RTX 2080, G-Sync display) launched

    Could hexus explain micro-LED tech? Your recap of 'it's self-immissive, that means the pixels don't need backlighting' doesn't tell me why this is different to OLED for eg.

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    Re: Samsung Notebook Odyssey (RTX 2080, G-Sync display) launched

    Quote Originally Posted by will19565 View Post
    really don't like that big gap between the screen and the base.
    It's a plus if you have a neck

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