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The incredible Samsung G9 49-inch gaming monitor has a $400 price cut

The Samsung Odyssey G9 G95C in an angle that really shows off its tilt.
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If you’ve ever considered getting one of the best curved monitors, then you’re almost certainly familiar with Samsung’s Odyssey series of monitors. They’re incredibly popular, ultra wide, and have a curve that is easy on the eyes, yet they’re also known for being quite expensive. With this hot deal, however, you can get a 49-inch Samsung Odyssey G9 G95C monitor for just $900, saving you $400 off of its usual $1,300 price point. Just tap the button below to start shopping now, or keep reading to see what makes this deal so special.

Why you should buy the Samsung Odyssey G9 G95C

The Samsung Odyssey G9 G95C is an incredibly powerful, large monitor with a 1000R curve, 240Hz refresh rate, and 1ms grey-to-grey response time. It displays in 32:9 (compare to the Samsung Odyssey OLED G9 in our list of the best gaming monitors) in a dual QHD display, sort of like a dual monitor display stitched together, seamlessly. In fact, the monitor can even be used as two, with the ability to display from two different sources, one on one half of the screen and the other on the other half.

One aspect of the Samsung Odyssey G9 G95C that is sure to confuse you is the name. There are a lot of Samsung Odyssey G9 monitors out there and most people just aren’t going to fool with adding the exact model name (“G95C” in this case) when they discuss them. As big, curved monitors, they superficially feel the same. A lot of aspects are going to be quite similar, especially when it comes to the construction of the monitor and usage situations, so go ahead and read the Odyssey OLED G9 reviews and Neo G9 reviews to get a good idea about the series, but don’t expect a one-to-one likeness in what you read across all models. If you see something you like and expect, be sure to and see if it has what you’re looking for, or better.

Sound like what you want in a monitor? Be sure to tap the button below to find the 49-inch Odyssey G9 G95C over at Samsung for just $900. Again, that’s $400 down from its typical price point of $1,300. If that still doesn’t feel right, be sure to check out our selection of the best monitor deals, which even includes a dedicated section of ultrawide monitors. There, you’re sure to find something that suits your needs and budget.

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The ultrawide 57-inch Samsung Odyssey monitor is $800 off today
The Samsung Odyssey Neo G9 57-inch mini-LED gaming monitor placed on a desk.

We try to keep our eyes peeled for gaming PC deals, but every once in a while, we catch wind of an amazing monitor offer. And we’ve got an amazing one to throw on the table today, folks: Right now, when you purchase the Samsung 57-inch Odyssey Neo G9 Curved Gaming Monitor through Samsung, you’ll save $800 off its normal selling price of $2,500. It could be yours for $1,700, making this one of the best monitor deals we’ve seen so far this year!

Why you should buy the Samsung Odyssey monitor
For all the PC gamers of our readership, just one look at the Odyssey’s powerhouse specs is enough to let you know you’re in good hands when it comes time to game. The 57-inch curved Odyssey display delivers 7680 x 2160 resolution (or what Samsung refers to as Dual UHD) at up to 240Hz. Whether you’re gaming locally or often find yourself involved in 100+ player online matches, the Odyssey is built to handle all the fast action, explosions, and specular highlights you can throw at it.

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This Alienware 34-inch curved OLED monitor just had its price slashed
The front and back of the Alienware QD-OLED monitor.

Here's a really lucky deal. It's on this gently curved 34-inch Alienware QD-OLED monitor, the AW3423DWF, which is now down to exactly $777 from its usual price sitting around $900. That saves you about $122. Lucky, huh? Well, not quite, as it is a part of the Best Buy 4th of July sale, set to end on July 7 (7/7). It's one of the highest rated gaming monitors on the site and it can be yours at this special price for a limited time only. Tap the button below to check out its current price or keep reading to see why people love it so much.

Why you should buy this 34-inch Alienware QD-OLED monitor
The Alienware AW3423DWF is a curved gaming monitor with an 1800R curve, 165Hz refresh rate, and beautiful QD-OLED display. This designation as a QD-OLED means that it has a Quantum Dot OLED display, a sort of OLED display with improved brightness and better color. In short, you're going to have an absolutely beautiful gaming experience. This monitor has a QHD resolution and a 0.1ms response time.

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Walmart is selling this curved gaming monitor for only $200 today
MSI Optix G32C4W

If you just built a gaming PC from scratch or are about to, then you're probably in the market for a solid gaming monitor, and while there are a ton of options out there, you may want to consider this one from MSI. While you may be more familiar with MSI as a company that makes laptops, motherboards, and GPU variants, it also makes a lot of solid monitors as well, such as the MSI Optix G32C4W. It's a 31.5-inch monitor that usually goes for $249, but is currently discounted at Walmart to $199, so it's well worth considering if you want something that's large but budget-friendly.

Why you should buy the 31.5-inch MSI Optix G32C4W gaming monitor
The first thing we should get out of the way is that this is an FHD monitor, which is actually pretty rare to see at this size, mostly because pixel density starts to become noticeable at that size. That said, if you're not right up close to your monitor, that's not necessarily a big issue, and the MSI Optix has a lot of other stuff to offer. For example, it can still hit an impressive 165Hz refresh rate, and since it does run at a lower resolution, you can more easily hit that with a lower-to-mid-range GPU like the RTX 4070.

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