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    August may see the release of Samsung’s enormous 55-inch Odyssey Ark monitor

    According to a report from the Korean publication ETNews, it claims that Samsung is preparing to deliver its enormous 55-inch curved Odyssey Ark monitor in August (via SamMobile). The monitor, which was unveiled at CES in January, has completed the necessary certification processes before going on sale.

    About the Ark Monitor

    Still lacking are many specifics concerning this monitor. According to the manufacturer, the stand will support pivot, tilt, and rotation and will have a 16:9 4K panel. Additionally, it stated that it would release in the second half of 2022, which the rumored August release window perfectly fits.

    August may see the release of Samsung's enormous 55-inch Odyssey Ark monitor
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    But let’s face it, even if you don’t mention the price or refresh rate, people will take notice when you arrive with a monitor that threatens to physically tower over you while you’re using it.

    When it came time to give out prizes for CES 2022, we gave it Best in Show, according to the sources. But like with many CES announcements, it can be challenging to recall much from the deluge of innovation and gadgets as the month’s pass.

    Samsung and Other Updates

    Was Samsung’s announcement of a massive, very curved monitor that can wrap around and around you just a fever dream, or was it true? It was indeed announced, and the rumors that it might be released shortly serve as a reminder that we are eagerly anticipating it.

    August may see the release of Samsung's enormous 55-inch Odyssey Ark monitor
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    The fact that Samsung has effectively launched other monitors that it promised around CES this year lends some credence to the allegation. Both the smaller, curved Odyssey Neo G8 gaming display and the noticeably less ambitious M8 monitor have already begun to appear on retail shelves.

    While it is clear that this does not indicate that the Ark will be released soon, it is encouraging to see that Samsung has a history of delivering its CES monitors this year.

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