Samsung launched Notebook Odyssey gaming laptop, equipped with RTX 2080, 15.6 inch 144Hz screen, Intel Core i7 chip and 16GB RAM
This is not the first time Samsung has launched a gaming laptop, but for the first time, Samsung is serious about competing with Asus, Dell or Razer.
At CES 2019, Samsung marks the return to the gaming laptop market with Notebook Odyssey. This is not the first time Samsung has launched a gaming laptop, but for the first time, Samsung is serious about competing with Asus, Dell or Razer.
Notebook Odyssey is one of the first laptops in the world to be equipped with the RTX 2080 GPU, the mobile version that Nvidia has just launched at the CES 2019 event. This is really a remarkable highlight, by the GPU line Nvidia’s new RTX promises to bring advanced technologies like ray-tracing.
Besides, Samsung is equipped with the Intel Core i7 8th generation processor (although it has not been disclosed exactly, but it could be i7 -8850H), along with 16GB of RAM. There’s an NVMe SSD storage 256GB and a 1TB hard drive, users can upgrade further if they want.
Samsung Notebook Odyssey owns a 15.6-inch screen with FullHD 1080p and 144Hz resolution. It’s hard to understand when a high-end gaming laptop with the RTX 2080 GPU doesn’t have a 4K screen, but only limited to FullHD resolution.
This laptop is also changed by Samsung, a strange way. There’s a central hinge in the middle, making it look like a desktop screen. The overall design of Notebook Odyssey is quite minimalistic, the edges are sturdy and not too pity.
Samsung said it would sell Notebook Odyssey in early September, but did not reveal the exact time or price.