Samsung gaming laptops debut at CES 2017

by Lawrence Cooper January 8, 2017, 0:06
Samsung gaming laptops debut at CES 2017

With CES2017 underway, Samsung has unveiled its new Notebook Odyssey, which is its first dedicated gaming laptop. He further added, "We're excited to expand our PC portfolio with a premium gaming solution featuring refinements in design, cutting-edge technology and enhanced gaming usability".

You can find out more information about the new Samsung Notebook Odyssey over at Samsung at the link below, as yet there are no details on pricing.

The Notebook Odyssey in black featuring its red accents. The laptop is also equipped with a cooling system that Samsung calls its "dragon scale" system which basically uses the company's HexaFlow Vents that cools down the laptop's internals. It seems that the company is finally putting the horrors of the exploding smartphones behind them and putting the spotlight on their newest offering, the Notebook Odyssey. The 15-inch model supports up to 32GB of DDR4 2.4 GHz memory and 256GB solid state drive or 1TB hard disk drive (or both in tandem), while the 17-inch can take up to 64GB of memory and offers a 512GB solid state drive option. To minimize reflection, the device features an anti-glare surface treatment; this means you can focus on your next move without being distracted. Do you think Samsung Odyssey is attractive enough to gain the attention of casual and intense gamers? It also offers high-quality vibrant images to provide an immersive and dynamic cinema-quality HDR video experience. During the launch event, Samsung disclosed that the Notebook 9 series offers a blend of weightlessness, performance, and portability on the go.

Samsung has done an excellent job with the design of Odyssey 17.

The last time Samsung attempted to release a gaming rig stretches back to 2012 with the Series 7 Gamer, and now it's courting the gaming market again with its Notebook Odyssey lineup revealed at this year's CES. The GPU for the 17-inch model (8.3 pounds) hasn't been locked in yet, but it'll hopefully be an Nvidia 1070 or 1080, which are the current top of the line for laptops. With PC Message and PC Gallery, gamers can easily share files, messages and photos anytime, anywhere.

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