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    Save Up To RM 5,700 On The Latest Odyssey Monitors In Samsung Exclusive Online Deals

    Samsung is set to launch its latest Odyssey gaming monitors, including the 55″ Odyssey Ark 2 G97NC and the 49″ Odyssey G9 G95C, offering gamers a chance to enhance their experience with unparalleled visual fidelity and performance.

    To celebrate, Samsung is launching exclusive online promotions from February 1 to February 18, 2024, featuring significant discounts and trade-up rebates for these cutting-edge displays.

    The 55″ Odyssey Ark 2 G97NC stands out with its innovative Cockpit Mode and Quantum Mini-LED technology, ensuring an immersive gaming environment with vivid colours and deep contrasts. The monitor’s Multi-View capability, supporting four simultaneous inputs, offers gamers a versatile and engaging user interface. During the promotional period, customers can enjoy an RM5,000 discount and a trade-up rebate of up to RM700 on this model.

    Meanwhile, the 49″ Odyssey G9 G95C is designed for gamers seeking fluid gameplay with its 240Hz refresh rate and panoramic 1000R curved display. This monitor’s Dual Quad High Definition (DQHD) resolution enhances every visual detail, making gaming sessions more intense and lifelike. Exclusive online offers for this monitor include a RM1,200 discount and a trade-up rebate of up to RM500.

    In addition to these model-specific promotions, Samsung is offering more online exclusives, such as a 5% discount on the first purchase, 0% interest instalment plans for up to 36 months, and free delivery, making it an ideal time for gamers to upgrade their setups.

    For more details on these state-of-the-art gaming monitors and to take advantage of the limited-time offers, interested customers can visit Samsung’s official product pages for the 55″ Odyssey Ark 2 G97NC and the 49″ Odyssey G9 G95C.

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