Samsung left the laptop gaming market about nearly a half-decade ago, and now they’re back with the Odyssey, which is a portable gaming notebook that is available in either 15.6-inch or 17.3-inch configurations. Both of which have a 1,920 x 1080 display that has a max brightness of 300 nits while also offering HDR video capabilities.
Both screen sizes will also have a seventh-generation Intel Core i7 Processor, while the 15-inch will offer Nvidia GTX1050 graphics, and the 17-inch model still has yet to be determined on what graphics card it’ll use. RAM and storage can be configured up to 64GB and 1TB, respectively.
As with most gaming devices, cooling systems are an integral part of the machine, and that’s no different with the Odyssey, as it supports a new technology called HexaFlow, which is positioned on the underside of the laptop. It can also be opened to access the storage and memory slots, for easy upgrades. All of this is fit into a body that is 37.7mm thick and weighs in at 8.4 pounds.
Pricing and availability have not been released yet but should be coming soon. Stay tuned to TechDependent for more of our CES 2017 coverage. To get caught up, click here.