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Samsung Odyssey G7 32-inch 1000R Curved Monitor Review: Extreme in Every Way

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The 32” Samsung Odyssey G7 does everything well. Its unique size and shape make it perfect for gaming or workday tasks. A 240 Hz refresh rate with Adaptive-Sync provides competition-level gaming performance with low input lag. And accurate color out of the box means no calibration is necessary. It doesn’t put a foot wrong.

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Samsung’s 32-inch Odyssey G7 is all about extremes, and that’s what makes it one of the best gaming monitors and best computer monitors overall. The 32″ Samsung Odyssey G7, the C32G75T, packs 240 Hz, Adaptive-Sync, DisplayHDR 600 and extended color into a 2K, VA panel with a 1000R curvature, the tightest curve we’ve seen yet. Most monitors at the top of the speed charts are 25-inch flat panels, but Samsung’s breaking the mold with the 32-inch G, going for $750-$800 as of writing. Samsung has truly pulled out all the stops here.

We’ve talked about what makes gaming monitors different from rank-and-file enterprise displays. More refresh rate, more resolution, more color, more features, more size — the key word is more. Gamers no longer have to settle for 22 inches and 60 Hz when 27-inch 144 Hz panels are commonplace. And IT managers aren’t going to buy 34-inch ultrawide curved monitors for their office staff.

32-inch Samsung Odyssey G7 Specs

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Model C32G75T
Panel Type / Backlight SVA / Quantum Dot LED, edge array
Screen Size, Aspect Ratio and Curve 32 inches / 16:9
Row 3 – Cell 0 Curve radius: 1000mm
Max Resolution and Refresh Rate 2560 x 1440 @ 240Hz
Row 5 – Cell 0 FreeSync Premium Pro 60-240 Hz
Row 6 – Cell 0 G-Sync Compatible
Native Color Depth and Gamut 10-bit (8-bit+FRC) / DCI-P3
Response Time (GTG) 1ms
Max Brightness SDR: 320 nits
Row 10 – Cell 0 HDR: 600 nits
Contrast 2,500:1
Speakers None
Video Inputs 2x DisplayPort 1. 4
Row 14 – Cell 0 1x HDMI 2.0
Audio 3.5mm headphone output
USB 3.0 1x up, 2x down
Power Consumption 50.6w, brightness @ 200 nits
Panel Dimensions (WxHxD w/base) 28 x 18.5-23.2 x 12 inches (711 x 470-589 x 305mm)
Panel Thickness 7.4 inches (188mm)
Bezel Width Top/sides: 0.4 inch (9mm)
Row 21 – Cell 0 Bottom: 0.9 inch (23mm)
Weight 18.1 pounds (8.2kg)
Warranty 3 years

The most obvious extreme here is the Odyssey G7’s curvature. The radius is just 1,000mm, which is the most extreme curve we’ve seen to date. At first glance, one might question such a tiny radius with a 16:9 panel but when you see this 32-inch beauty in front of you, it makes perfect sense. There is a tremendous amount of screen area, and the extra height you get over a 34- or 35-inch 21:9 display is significant.

Speed is another extreme feature here. The Odyssey G7 tops out at a 240 Hz refresh rate, which makes it equal to many other monitors on paper. Color quality is also in the extreme category. Extended color is included to the tune of 85% DCI-P3 coverage. That by itself is not extreme but the C32G75T’s out of box accuracy certainly is, which we’ll show you shortly. It’s one of the few monitors we could not improve upon with calibration.

If you can’t have a full-array local-dimming (FALD) backlight, which helps make for the best HDR monitors, the next best way to render high contrast and effective HDR is with a VA panel and a dynamic contrast feature. The C32G75T has both of those in its core feature set. Native contrast is comfortably over 2,000:1, and Samsung includes a local dimming option in the on-screen display (OSD) that selectively modulates part of the edge array to increase contrast.

Assembly and Accessories of 32” Samsung Odyssey G7

You’ll need to get the Phillips-head screwdriver from your toolbox to assemble the 32-inch Samsung Odyssey G7.

First, attach the base to the upright with its captive bolt. Next, mate the panel with four more bolts. Then, a ring split in two pieces goes on the stand’s pivot point. It lights up when you turn the power on for a neat textured look. After you’ve made cable connections, a cover goes over the input panel, and you can hide the wires inside the upright for a super-clean look.

Bundled cables include USB and DisplayPort, and you get a large external power brick. If you want to use a monitor arm, a bolt-on adaptor comes in the box.

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Styling is game focused with two small LED lights at the front and a ring around the upright’s attachment point. Color and effect can be controlled from the OSD or you can turn it all off if you wish. The bezel is 9mm wide around the top and sides and just shy of one inch at the bottom. A tiny Samsung logo is the only other thing visible from the front. Reach up under that logo and you’ll find the OSD joystick which controls all monitor functions.

The styling continues around back with an array of smoothly flowing lines that accentuate the panels curvature. There isn’t a straight edge anywhere. The pivot ring appears to be in motion with its turbine-like texture. If you install the input cover and run your cables through the upright, the monitor presents a super-clean appearance.

The stand is substantial. There’s is a bit of wobble at the pivot point, but no more than one would expect from such a large panel. Adjustments include 4.7 inches of height, 15 degree swivel to either side, 9/13 degree tilt and a portrait mode. We’re not sure when one would use a 1000R curved monitor in portrait mode, but if you think of a reason, this is one of the only such screens that can do it.

The jack panel is a bit unusual in that it includes one HDMI 2.0 port but two DisplayPort 1.4 inputs. You also get USB 3.0; one upstream and two downstream ports. A 3.5mm audio jack accommodates headphones or powered speakers .There are no built-in speakers.

OSD Features of 32-inch Samsung Odyssey G7

Samsung has included its gaming-styled OSD in the 32-inch Odyssey G7. At the top, you can always see the Black Equalizer setting, response time (overdrive), refresh rate, Adaptive-Sync (G-Sync or FreeSync) status and low input lag setting. All options have six sub-menus.

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Up first is Game, appropriately. Interestingly, when Adaptive-Sync is engaged in Windows, the overclock, overdrive, low input lag and aspect options are grayed out. No worries though. The refresh rate defaults to 240 Hz, overdrive is locked to its middle setting, where it works flawlessly, low input lag is turned on and the screen size maps each incoming pixel without overscan. If you’re having trouble seeing shadow detail, turn up the Black Equalizer. And Virtual Aim Point puts one of six different reticles on the screen, where you can move it about with the joystick.

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The Picture menu has a nice set of image adjustments, which you won’t need if you choose the Custom or sRGB modes. Both are extremely accurate right out of the box. Just set brightness to taste, and you’re done. If you want to tweak though, there are nine total image presets, plus RGB sliders for color temp and three gamma options. The Black Level field sets the threshold for PC versus AV signals. DisplayPort properly defaults to PC level, but the HDMI input defaults to video, which means dynamic range is reduced. Change it from Low to Normal for sources connected via HDMI.

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Samsung hides the local dimming and dynamic contrast options in the System menu. Setting Local Dimming to Auto means it will only be used for HDR signals. Turning it on leaves it engaged for all content. If you prefer, you can use Dynamic Brightness which modulates the entire backlight where local dimming selectively dims just parts of it. That is the better option and it works very well.

In this menu, you can also adjust headphone volume, set a power-off timer and control the lighting effects. You can also set the USB ports to remain active when the power’s off to charge devices.

The C32G75T comes set to its Custom picture mode, where all image controls are available. Despite our efforts, we could not improve upon the already excellent picture quality and accuracy. The only thing we changed was the sharpness slider, which needed to be reduced to 56 to remove a slight ringing effect. In HDR mode, you can adjust brightness; we maxed it and set Local Dimming to Auto for an excellent HDR image.

Here are the settings we recommend for the Samsung 32-inch Odyssey G7.

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Picture Mode Custom
Brightness 200 nits 41
Brightness 120 nits 15
Brightness 100 nits 9
Brightness 80 nits 3 (minimum 74 nits)
Contrast 75
Gamma Mode 1
Sharpness 56
Color Temp Normal
HDR Brightness 100
HDR Local Dimming Auto

Gaming and Hands-on with 32-inch Samsung Odyssey G7

The C32G75T’s extreme curve is a real asset, not only for gaming, but for general use too. While a 21:9 or 32:9 screen will cover even more of a user’s peripheral vision, the height of a 32-inch monitor really draws you in while providing a more familiar shape for workday tasks. Documents can be placed center screen with utilities off to the sides. And you can see the full page in a word processor or 60 rows of a spreadsheet. These things are more difficult to accomplish on a 34-inch ultra-wide. Image distortion was never an issue.

We’ve always been fans of the 32-inch, 16:9 format. The C32G75T is just like that, only curved. You’d think a 1000mm radius would be extreme, and it is, but it doesn’t call as much attention to itself as the photos suggest. Working on documents was just as easy as if the screen were flat. At a 2 or 3-foot viewing distance, image distortion wasn’t noticeable.

In SDR mode, we were impressed with the C32G75T’s image both with and without the local dimming feature. When it’s off, the contrast ratio is still over 2,000:1, which puts it ahead of any IPS monitor. Engaged, it ups dynamic range to around 4,000:1 for a visible difference. To do this, set it to On rather than Auto. If you only want local dimming for HDR, set it to Auto. In either case, color is exemplary being both accurate and well saturated. The P3 gamut coverage is enough that you will see a significant improvement over an sRGB monitor.

Watching video is definitely more fun on a 16:9 screen like this. A cinemascope film (2.35:1) plays with narrow black bars on top and bottom. Playing the same thing on a 21:9 would put the bars on the sides. This will come down to user preference, but we like the extra height better than the extra width.

We found no fault with the 32” Odyssey G7’s gaming performance. Both AMD FreeSync and Nvidia G-Sync Compatibility worked equally well, running at 240 Hz with HDR through the DisplayPort input. Frame rates in Tomb Raider hit 200 frames per second (fps) a few times with sustained speeds around 180 fps. Coupled with super-fast panel response, this made motion and input lag completely free of artifacts or distractions. Again, that extra height really drew us into the game. We couldn’t see the pixel structure, even when sitting 2 feet away. Samsung’s excellent contrast and accurately saturated color enhanced the image details, like textures.

Engaging HDR gave us a rare treat. Samsung’s ultra-curved monitor does HDR very well with effective selective dimming. We never saw the light level change in practice, but we definitely saw the extra dynamic range. Blacks were very deep but well-detailed, and highlights popped, thanks to the 600-nit peak brightness. Frame rates in Call of Duty: WWII only dropped a little from the additional HDR processing load. We saw sustained speeds around 160 fps with peaks in the 180s.

The 32-inch Odyssey G77 is primarily a gaming monitor, but after a few days, we found it to be more versatile than the average ultrawide screen. And its extreme curve only enhanced — never detracted from — the experience.

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TechRadar Verdict

The Samsung Odyssey G7 is a fantastic curved gaming monitor for anyone looking for the best of both worlds – with 240Hz at 1440p you have the benefit of speed and glorious resolution, and in a stylish package to boot.

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The Samsung Odyssey G7 looks like it could be a dream display for gamers looking to avoid any FOMO given that for most folk hunting for the best gaming monitor, the market is split into two distinct areas that depend mostly on what genres you play and how you want to optimize your experience.

If you want a high refresh rate for buttery-smooth graphics or to give you an edge in competitive titles like Apex Legends and Call Of Duty: Warzone then you’re usually limited to a 1080p resolution. On the flip side, anyone wanting to enjoy crazy 4K graphics on games like Red Dead Redemption 2 will have to reel in that refresh rate to something around the 60Hz mark,

A comfortable middle has been found on a few displays that use a 1440p resolution (or 2K as it’s sometimes dubbed) with a somewhat faster refresh rate between 144-160Hz, but the Samsung Odyssey G7 manages to crank that up to a blistering 240Hz with some serious flair. You can choose between either a 27-inch model for $676 (£499, AU$999) or a 32-inch version for $799 (£599, AU$1,099), with the benefits and features included in both sizes of the display.

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Spec Sheet

Here is the Samsung Odyssey G7 configuration sent to TechRadar for review:

Panel size: 27-inch
Panel type: VA
Resolution: 2,560 x 1,440
Brightness: 350 nits
Contrast: 2,500:1
Pixel response: 1ms
Refresh rate: 240Hz
Inputs: 1 x HDMI 2. 0, 2x DisplayPort, 1x 3.5mm headphone output, 3 x USB 2.0

There is a good argument that anything over 144Hz is excessive given how little different you’ll see in the jump between 144-240Hz, but with the latest graphics cards from Nvidia and AMD powering gaming PCs you can expect many low-demand titles easily smashing past 144fps. Whether you’d actually notice the difference is an open question, but you’ll have the peace of mind knowing that if you’re hitting up to 240fps in your favorite game then your monitor is keeping up.

Something that is definitely noticeable however is the 1000R screen that has a tight enough curve to make Beyonce envious. Most equivalent monitors on the market opt for somewhere in the 1500R to 1800R range, so this will potentially need to getting used to even if you have prior experience using a curved display. In games this results in an incredible sense of immersion due to being almost enveloped by the display, especially in titles like Subnautica or Elite Dangerous.

This does mean that using the standard desktop outside of gaming will take some adjustment, but we found we overcame the ‘fishbowl’ feeling after a few days of use. Samsung opting to use a VA (vertical alignment) panel may have quirked some eyebrows too given how often the tech is associated with issues like motion blur, ghosting and lag, though we didn’t experience any issues during our testing. In fact, you’d be forgiven for mistaking it with an IPS panel given how good the colors and vibrancy are.

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It did make the viewing angles of the display slightly disappointing, however, with the top and sides having minor inconsistencies that were exacerbated by the dramatic curve of the screen. It’s unlikely that this would interfere with your ability to enjoy everyday activities or gaming, but it’s unlikely you’d want to use the Odyssey G7 for any photo or video editing.

There was also a noticeable issue with scan lines straight out of the box that was very noticeable on certain shades and around the upper/lower areas of the display. This appears to be a fairly common issue with the Samsung Odyssey range, but it was quickly corrected by heading into the VOD and playing around with the Black Equalizer – between 13 and 16 seems to be the sweet spot.

The HDR support isn’t as good as you’d find on a Samsung TV, but it does noticeably well with effective selective dimming. The black tones are suitable deep when in a dark environment and it really enhances your experience in heavy environmental games like Horizon: Zero Dawn.

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You’re also getting adaptive sync support and compatibility for both Nvidia G-Sync and AMD FreeSync for a tear-free gaming experience and a funky LED light built into the rear of the monitor to illuminate the wall with some mood lighting, though this sadly isn’t RGB, nor will it sync to your other peripherals or react to what’s on your display like a Philips Hue device.

Unboxing the Odessey G7 is an easier affair than most curved gaming monitors, but actually assembling the product can be a tad awkward. We would recommend attaching the support arm while the monitor itself is still tucked snuggly into the supporting foam of the box to avoid anything being dropped. The design of the stand enables you to rotate the display and adjust the viewing angle too, but there is an attachment provided in the box that will allow for wall mounting if you prefer.

All things considered, this is one of the best gaming monitors in its class, especially for anyone not looking to purchase multiple displays to cater to both high refresh rates and high resolutions. The lighting fast 240hz speed paired with 1440p resolution is more than enough to knock your socks off in pretty much any title you play, though you will need to use a pretty powerful PC to make the most of what the Samsung Odyssey G7 has to offer.

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 Buy it if… 

You want a gorgeous looking monitor
Not only does the curved design help with immersion, but it looks stylish as hell. Add in the LED backlight and you have a truly stunning gaming display.

You play a variety of games
If you don’t spend all your free time on a specific genre then the Odyssey will be just as flexible as you are, catering to both speed and resolution.

You’re into immersive experiences
That sharp curve is incredible for a wrap-around view which makes you feel like you’re being dragged into the games you’re playing, especially in low light environments.

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 Don’t buy it if… 

You’re not a fan of curved displays
This is one of the sharpest curved monitors on the market and that’s going to divide opinions. If you’re not a fan of less extreme displays then chances are you’ll not enjoy using this either.

You want 4K or 8K resolution
With a 1440p or 2K display, the Samsung Odyssey is an impressive gaming monitor, but it may not be enough for everyone.

Jess is a former TechRadar Computing writer, where she covered all aspects of Mac and PC hardware, including PC gaming and peripherals. She has been interviewed as an industry expert for the BBC, and while her educational background was in prosthetics and model-making, her true love is in tech and she has built numerous desktop computers over the last 10 years for gaming and content creation. Jess is now a journalist at The Verge.

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    LED-backlit, LCD

    The type of technology used in the display

    response time

    The response time indicates how long it takes for the screen to change pixel states to show new content. chance that rapidly changing images will be blurry.0003 screen size

    The larger the screen size, the better the user experience.


    2560 x 1440px

    Resolution specifies the maximum number of pixels that can be displayed on a screen, expressed as the number of pixels on the horizontal axis and the number on the vertical axis.

    Pixel Density

    Pixel Density is a measure of screen resolution expressed as pixels per inch (PPI) on the screen. Higher pixel density results in sharper and clearer images displayed on the screen, resulting in a better viewing experience.

    Adaptive Sync

    Nvidia G-Sync Compatible

    Type of adaptive sync technology supported.

    has anti-glare

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    Anti-glare helps reduce external light reflections on the screen. natural representation

    maximum horizontal viewing angle

    The horizontal viewing angle is the maximum angle at which the display can be viewed in an acceptable visual performance.


    brightness (typical)

    350 nits

    A nit is a measurement of the light emitted by a display, equal to one candela per square meter. Brighter displays are easier to read, even on sunny days.

    color calibration is available

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    A properly calibrated screen displays colors as they appear in real life, meaning you can shoot while checking your photos in real time. For easy calibration, like typically an internal sensor and/or colorimeter is present.0003 screen colors

    The number of colors that the screen can accurately reproduce.

    bit depth


    Bit depth is the number of bits used to represent the color of a single pixel. The more bits, the more color range the panel displays. An 8-bit panel uses 256 levels per channel and displays 16.7 million colors, while a 10-bit panel reaches 1024 levels and displays 1.07 billion colors.

    contrast ratio


    The contrast ratio is the visual distance between the lightest and darkest color that can be displayed on the screen. High contrast is a positive aspect of any screen.

    Adobe RGB coverage

    Shows the percentage of Adobe RGB that the device covers.

    sRGB coverage

    Percentage of the sRGB color space covered by the device. sRGB is the standard for representing the color spectrum using the RGB model that HP and Microsoft created for use in monitors, printers, and websites.


    HDMI connectors

    More HDMI connectors allow you to connect multiple devices at the same time, such as game consoles and TVs.

    supports thunderbolt interface

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    Thunderbolt is an interface for connecting peripheral devices to a computer. This is a cable connection that carries both data and display signals at the same time, providing power.

    DisplayPort outputs

    Allows connection to a display using DisplayPort.

    has a 3.5 mm mini jack socket

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    You can use a standard mini jack socket to connect most headphones.

    has a DVI connector ey G7 32″

    A device that has a DVI connector (usually computers and laptops) can be connected to a TV.

    USB connectors

    With more USB ports, you can connect more devices.

    USB version

    Newer USB versions are faster and have better power management.

    Has USB Type-C

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    USB Type-C has reversible connector orientation and cable routing.

    HDMI version

    HDMI 2.0

    Newer versions of HDMI support higher bandwidth, allowing higher resolution and frame rate.


    power consumption in operation mode

    How much power the device consumes when it is running.

    standby power consumption

    How much power the device consumes when it is off but still online.

    annual energy consumption

    Unknown. Help us offer a price.

    The more energy a device consumes per year, the less energy efficient it is, which becomes more expensive over time.


    supports PiP and PaP

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    A device that supports PiP and PaP, picture in picture, can simultaneously stream two images from different sources, splitting the viewing window or creating a smaller window in a larger one.

    has built-in stereo speakers

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    Devices with stereo speakers provide sound from different channels on the left and right side, and create a richer sound and better listening experience.

    has built-in smart TV

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    Devices with built-in smart TV features (such as Android TV or webOS) allow you to access popular streaming apps without having to purchase/connect a separate smart TV device.

    has remote control

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    The remote control allows you to control the device remotely. May or may not be included in the package.

    supports Dolby Digital

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    A device that supports Dolby Digital provides up to six audio channels for much better sound quality.

    supports Dolby Digital Plus

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    A device that supports Dolby Digital Plus can provide up to 14 different audio channels with enhanced bitrate, resulting in much better sound quality.

    has DTS Surround

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    DTS Surround is a high quality audio codec that supports up to six audio channels with good bitrate and sound quality.

    Has an ambient light sensor.

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    Sensor Ambient Light Adjusts the brightness of the device according to the amount of natural light that surrounds it.

    has front camera

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    Optional front camera can be used for video chat.


    has HDMI output

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    Devices with HDMI or mini HDMI ports can stream HD video and audio to the connected display.

    height adjustment range

    90 002 Height-adjustable devices provide full range of possible heights for maximum comfort

    supports USB recording

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    USB recording – the device’s ability to write content to connected USB devices

    has DLNA

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    All DLNA certified products are compatible with each other. When different devices are connected to the same network, data can be easily transferred between them.

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    This feature allows adults to prevent or restrict children from using the device.

    has a 3D screen with glasses

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    Supports viewing 3D images from devices such as a 3D compatible Blu-ray player, allowing you to watch movies in 3D using suitable glasses.

    has a timer Sleep Timer

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    The sleep timer is a function that turns off the power after a set amount of time.

    has a 3D screen

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    The device displays a 3D image without the need for special 3D glasses. The special design of this screen allows viewers to feel a sense of depth in the image by changing the orientation of the effect depending on the user’s perspective.

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