Samsung’s less well-known Odyssey game series is undergoing major repairs. The new design targets a thin and light market, with its unique outer cover, keyboard design and steam chamber coolers that stand out from the crowd. The system will be listed in South Korea later this month.
The one thing preventing most gaming laptops from becoming thin is the majority of thermal solutions they need. In order to produce Odyssey Z with a thickness of only 17.9 mm and a weight of 2.4 kg, Samsung has created a “Dynamic Spread Vapor Chamber” that covers CPU and GPU.
Two “Z-Blades” blowers separate heat from the top and bottom of the notebook. However, they all combine a keyboard and a touchpad. Not everyone plays on the trackpad.
In any case, the laptop is equipped with a battery capacity of 54 Wh / h and can last for long in the game mode. The good thing is, this box has an adapter of 180 watts.Odyssey Z will be listed in some countries of South Korea and China in April and will be listed in the US in the third quarter. No mention of price or launch in Europe.
|PROCESSOR||8th Generation Intel® Core™ i7 Processor|
|MEMORY||Up to 16GB (DDR4)|
|STORAGE||Up to 1TB SSD (NVMe PCIe)|
|GRAPHICS||NVIDIA® GeForce® GTX 1060 Graphics with GDDR5 6 GB Graphic Memory|
|DIMENSION||375.6 x 255 x 17.9 mm|
|PORTS||USB-C x 1, USB 3.0 X 2, USB 2.0 X 1, HDMI X1, HP/Mic, DC-in|
|DISPLAY||15.6” | Full HD (1920 x 1080)|
|SPEAKER||1.5w X 2|
|KEYBOARD||Backlit KBD, Precision Touchpad|
|ADAPTER||180W Adapter (DC-in)|