Samsung Notebook Odyssey Powered By Windows 10

Jan 13, 2017 06:52 PM EST | Hem Cervantes

The South Korean multinational conglomerate company has been very impressive for a long time now from their products from home appliances, smartphones, and laptops. Now, the company is on their way in the gaming world with its first ever gaming personal computer (PC) powered by Windows 10.

This week, Samsung's notebook Odyssey was introduced to the public with its high-end performance and dynamic display. Odyssey is available in two sizes, 17.3 inches, and 15.6 inches units. This model offers an excellent gaming experience with its design and premium features like its ability to stream Xbox One games to the device, Xbox app, and Xbox Play Anywhere.

With the advance technology like HexaFlow Vent that has advanced ventilation and cooling system that helps the PC's temperature to remain cool all the time, Samsung's Odyssey allows the gamers to play games for long hours without having them to worry on overheating or unexpected shut down of the model. Gamers can also open the vent located on the bottom panel whenever they want to do an upgrade of the memory and storage.

Another exciting part of the Odyssey aside from its high performing engine is its amazing viewing experience. It has a backlight that can be adjusted up to 280 high of brightness for clear images. The screen as well also includes an anti-glare surface that minimizes reflection that allows users to focus on their game without any distractions.

Though Samsung has not yet released any statement about its official release date, it is expected that theNotebook Odyssey 15 will be available with its starting retail price of $1,199. Samsung on the other hand just recently showcased their updated Samsung Notebook 9 at CES. It is equipped with the 7th Gen Intel Core i7 which is the latest and as well as fast storage and memory.

 

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