Samsung Odyssey G7 QLED Gaming LC27G75TQSRXEN

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Product information

Key specs

Screen size
26,9 inches
Sharpness
Quad HD (1440p)
Refresh rate
240 Hz
Pixel density
109 ppi
Color quality
Good

Pros and cons

According to our monitor expert
  • Thanks to the 240Hz refresh rate and 1ms response time, you can play games with extremely smooth images.
  • The combination of QLED and HDR600 provides clear, colorful images.
  • The QHD resolution displays your games 2 times sharper than Full HD would.
  • This monitor doesn't have integrated speakers.
  • A 27-inch monitor takes up quite a lot of space on your desk.
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Description

The Samsung Odyssey G7 QLED LC27G75TQSRXEN is a 27-inch gaming monitor with a QLED screen. This screen consists of all these tiny LED lights that make for a colorful gaming experience. On top of that, you get a high brightness, high contrast, and wide color gamut thanks to DisplayHDR600 and DCI-P3. You can play even the most fast-paced shooters and racing games without lags because of the 240Hz refresh rate and 1ms response time. Thanks to the QHD resolution, your characters and landscapes look twice as sharp compared to Full HD. The monitor has a strong curve of 1000R, so you're able to see the entire screen at a glance. The LC27G75TQSUXEN has a sleek black design with adjustable LED lighting at the back to complete your gaming setup.

The Samsung Odyssey G7 QLED LC27G75TQSRXEN is a 27-inch gaming monitor with a QLED screen. This screen consists of all these tiny LED lights that make for a colorful gaming experience. On top of that, you get a high brightness, high contrast, and wide color gamut thanks to DisplayHDR600 and DCI-P3. You can play even the most fast-paced shooters and racing games without lags because of the 240Hz refresh rate and 1ms response time. Thanks to the QHD resolution, your characters and landscapes look twice as sharp compared to Full HD. The monitor has a strong curve of 1000R, so you're able to see the entire screen at a glance. The LC27G75TQSUXEN has a sleek black design with adjustable LED lighting at the back to complete your gaming setup.


Included by default

  • Manual (1.7 MB)
  • Power cable (1.5m)
  • DisplayPort cable
  • USB-A 3.0 cable
  • Monitor base

Included by default

  • Manual (1.7 MB)
  • Power cable (1.5m)
  • DisplayPort cable
  • USB-A 3.0 cable
  • Monitor base

Tips for using this product

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Key specs

Screen size
26,9 inches
Sharpness
Quad HD (1440p)
Refresh rate
240 Hz
Pixel density
109 ppi
Color quality
Good


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Reviews

Most helpful reviews

  • 4.5 / 5 stars
    8,8/10
    Ignore your bank balance, ignore your girlfriend, buy this s

    Luck Hermsen | 8 August 2019 | In the version: Samsung LC49RG90SSRXEN | Automatically translated from Dutch

    • amazing image
    • High refresh rate
    • Productivity increases
    • AAA Gaming Experience
    • Cable duct somewhat narrow
    • Standby wake-up +- 10sec.
    • Your girlfriend gets mad when you come home with this

    Well, what can I say other than that this is the ultimate display!

    This exceeds all 2 or 3 screen setups. Not seeing edges between screens makes more difference than I thought beforehand.
    I used to have a setup with 3 screens, after a while you didn't really notice those edges anymore. And yet this is much better and more pleasant.

    The colors are very good in my opinion. Not the very best HDR you will find, but still very beautiful. I like the color experience better than on my 2 year old Samsung TV.

    If you want to work productively, this screen is the best you will find. With DisplayFusion you can virtually divide the screen into multiple screens. This really works very nicely. If you think you're short on space, combine the screen with an MX-Master so that you can swipe up and down between multiple Windows desktops with your mouse.

    Building the screen was simple and can be done on your own. Although I can still recommend having 2 helping hands because the screen is heavy. (oh, crazy with 49")

    The back-light (can be switched off) is also nice if you work in the dark, so I have significantly less trouble with my eyes in the evening.

    The menu to change settings could have been better. Yet you will find everything in it. The 3 adjustable profiles ensure that you can easily switch between settings.

    I think there are only two reasons why you wouldn't want this screen.
    1. is that for whatever reason you might want EVEN better colors, despite this screen being really great already.
    And reason 2 is that this screen is simply pricey.

    Still, I can't imagine that you wouldn't find this screen worth the money once you've used it.

    Small point of attention: If you want to be able to play new games properly, get a 2080Ti.
    You might just get by with a 2080, but not for long.

    All in all a real recommend for every nerd ;)

    Luck Hermsen | 8 August 2019 | In the version: Samsung LC49RG90SSRXEN | Automatically translated from Dutch
  • 4 / 5 stars
    8,0/10
    Good screen, unfortunately not suitable for office use

    Kristof | 8 February 2021 | In the version: Samsung LC49RG90SSRXEN | Automatically translated from Dutch

    • Screen is nicely designed
    • Build quality
    • Easy to install despite the size
    • brightness, contrast,
    • Not suitable for office use

    I bought the screen for office use. That was unfortunately a mistake. It is a very nice screen, with very good contrast, brightness, nice colors and good black values, no doubt very suitable for gaming and multimedia, but unfortunately text is not displayed sharply. Don't get me wrong, text is perfectly legible, but there's just a blurry edge to it. I've tried all possible settings on the screen itself and in Windows, but unfortunately I never got the text completely sharp. Some online research has taught me that this is probably caused by the sub-pixel layout that Samsung uses in its VA panels. Some people can live with it, others can't. Unfortunately I belong to the latter category... A few hours on the internet will probably not be a problem, but 8 to 10 hours of office use is unfortunately too much of a good thing.

    Kristof | 8 February 2021 | In the version: Samsung LC49RG90SSRXEN | Automatically translated from Dutch
  • 5 / 5 stars
    9,6/10
    Despite the recall from Samsung, still recommended

    Nick | 27 August 2020 | In the version: Samsung LC49G95TSSUXEN Odyssey G9 QLED gaming | Automatically translated from Dutch

    • Image takes up almost your entire field of view
    • Brightness at 20% is already excellent, 100% replaces the solarium
    • High refresh rates
    • Futuristic look
    • Clear OSD menu
    • G-Sync flickering image, hopefully will be fixed with a driver update
    • Plastic covers on the monitor and base for cable management are thin and require a lot of strength, and will break quickly
    • Quality concerns after Samsung recall
    • Infiniti core LEDs quite weak, no mood lighting on the wall behind your screen
    • Few ports (2x DP 1x HDMI)

    After being out of the market for a while due to QA issues (loose display of the housing) suddenly back in stock at Coolblue and so I took the gamble. Unfortunately, the box does not show whether these have been rechecked, but my copy is free of backlight issues and dead pixels. There is only a hair-thin light leak in the housing at the top left of an inch, which you only see in the dark and if you go looking for it (and I mean really looking). Before the recall I saw pictures of screens where the display was half detached from the housing, so this is of a different order. I read on forums that many recent deliveries still have that light leak, but for me that is no reason to return it for the time being, especially since I don't have any issues further in the picture, which would be really disturbing.

    Furthermore, this monitor is a feast for the eyes (not at 100% brightness, then you are looking at a radiant heater and you can feel it). After a few hours you are used to the size and the curvature and only notice how ideal this is; from every viewing angle you have the same distance to the screen, within games you have a lot of overview, and for work you can open 3 to 4 windows next to each other. I wouldn't recommend Word or Excel over the full width, then it will look curved. But you can't do that across multiple screens with a multi-monitor setup. I still have some flickering with geforce on and strong ghosting when the response time is accelerated, but that sort of thing will be solved with a firmware update and/or Nvidia driver.

    Nick | 27 August 2020 | In the version: Samsung LC49G95TSSUXEN Odyssey G9 QLED gaming | Automatically translated from Dutch
  • 5 / 5 stars
    10/10
    Beautiful image quality
    • nice picture
    • easy settings
    • light stays on at the bottom

    Very nice screen and good for playing games like call of duty and destiny

    Evelien | 24 October 2020 | In the version: Samsung LC27G55TQWUXEN Odyssey G5 | Automatically translated from Dutch
  • 5 / 5 stars
    9,6/10
    Really fantastic, worth every euro
    • Beautiful screen, beautiful design, beautiful product
    • Very satisfying to watch, especially if you've been used to 2 separate screens for years
    • The 120Hz display is particularly easy on the eyes and gives a more natural feel to look at than standard 60Hz displays
    • The Picture-By-Picture function is much appreciated, so I can hang a computer and a playstation on one screen
    • When there is little space where the display will be placed, it is challenging to install, partly thanks to the fact that the screen is 15 kg

    I have always worked with two displays, this display opens up a world for the gamer and video editor

    Lars | 23 May 2019 | In the version: Samsung LC49RG90SSRXEN | Automatically translated from Dutch
  • 4.5 / 5 stars
    9,2/10
    Brilliant for gaming AND productivity!
    • Brilliant for gaming
    • Brilliant for work
    • Fun to watch a movie (HDR)
    • Picture-by-Picture also in 21:9
    • Viewing angles
    • Backlight zones (10)
    • Viewing angles

    I initially bought the monitor for gaming, but I also regularly work at home and I really like the monitor for that. You can download software from Samsung (called Easy Settings) that allows you to split this monitor into (three) virtual windows. Then you can easily put 3 windows side by side.
    The monitor supports Picture-by-Picture, which allows you to display 2 inputs simultaneously on the monitor. For example, your laptop and your PC. You have the choice of distribution 2x 16:9 OR 1x 21:9 and 1x 11:9.

    Unfortunately, the monitor only has 10 (vertical) backlight zones, during normal use you will not be bothered by this, but with HDR material you will suffer a lot from backlight bleed (gray image which should be black). I was impressed with watching an HDR movie, although I never do that on a monitor.
    The monitor is curved, depending on how close you are to the monitor, you will suffer from the limited viewing angles of a VA panel on the side and the color red in particular discolours.

    L. Manders | 5 September 2019 | In the version: Samsung LC49RG90SSRXEN | Automatically translated from Dutch
  • 5 / 5 stars
    9,6/10
    great product
    • screen size
    • Brightness
    • resolution
    • 240hz refresh rate
    • curved
    • heavy
    • standard takes up a lot of space
    • backlight bleeding top left

    It's a great looking screen and the refresh rate is great ideal for gaming and work.
    because of the curve very pleasant to look at. the monitor does take up a lot of space.

    Niek Franse | 27 August 2020 | In the version: Samsung LC49G95TSSUXEN Odyssey G9 QLED gaming | Automatically translated from Dutch
  • 4.5 / 5 stars
    8,8/10
    Top monitor, good mid-range price-quality ratio
    • Easy to install
    • Good 1440p image quality
    • Good 144hz refresh rate
    • Fast 1ms response time
    • Very nice 1000R curve
    • Can't turn off the standby lamp, so not nice for the evening when you want to sleep

    Top product bought this when it came out, first wanted to buy the older samsung gamimg monitor but this one is much better for the same price with the 1ms instead of 4ms and 1440p instead of 1080p.

    Sven Reijrink | 14 October 2020 | In the version: Samsung LC27G55TQWUXEN Odyssey G5 | Automatically translated from Dutch
  • 3 / 5 stars
    6,4/10
    Top-spec monitor, but with too many problems
    • RGB lighting at the back
    • Curve nice for the eyes
    • 1440p 240Hz
    • cable management
    • Extremely visible backlight bleed
    • flickering (even after firmware update)
    • Large External Power Adapter
    • Very deep foot
    • (In my case: spots IN the screen and dead pixels)

    The monitor does have a wow factor when unboxing. The curve is very nice for the eye when playing games and the RGB lighting is a nice extra.

    Did a lot of research about this monitor before, the specs are very nice on paper. The combination of 1440p with 240Hz was the biggest reason for me to purchase this.
    But unfortunately there are too many problems, especially in this price category.
    - There is a flickering issue that according to Samsung should be solved in the latest firmware update, it is less with the update, but still present.
    - The backlight bleeds at the bottom and top of the screen... well, you can't miss it, it's just constantly visible. Compared to many other monitors, this one seems like a serious step back to me.
    - If you use the foot, the depth of this can be a problem and you may have to put it under or on your mouse pad.

    Sander | 7 December 2020 | In the version: Samsung LC27G75TQSUXEN Odyssey G7 QLED gaming | Automatically translated from Dutch
  • 5 / 5 stars
    10/10
    All in all a super budget curved gaming monitor
    • Very good quality
    • The curve is a good addition to the display
    • Height is good for me
    • Easy to install
    • Height not adjustable
    • Lamp cannot go out.

    It couldn't be easier

    Wessel Vroon | 30 December 2020 | In the version: Samsung LC27G55TQWUXEN Odyssey G5 | Automatically translated from Dutch