Samsung's new high-end gaming laptop can only be against opponents of Dell, Lenovo, and Essen's other mainstream models.
Notebook Odyssey was announced with Nvidia's latest mobile graphics cards and features a GFForce RTX 2080 GPU equipped with a six-core Intel Core i7 processor. Performance with Samsung's last Odyssey is not a big problem, however, it was a design and demonstration.
For that, Samsung launched a fresh start with the N-metal chassis and 15.6 inch 144Hz 1,920×1,080-pixel display with the support of Nawdia G-Sync to help break out during game play. The display is raised from thin body and there are thin bases on three sides so that you are seeing more screens in smaller frames.
Samsung says laptop also has a new cooling system, which has five heat pipes (over two on the last model) and more blade on system fans. Gaming-related software features include some, such as Black Eclizer, which will help you find hidden enemies in Shadows.
Notebook Odyssey will be available in the US in early 2019. Samsung says it will be on the CES show floor, so hopefully we can spend some time soon.
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