THE TOP 50 MOST INNOVATIVE PRODUCTS
Innovation & Tech Today|2020 Year-End Issue
THE TOP 50 MOST INNOVATIVE PRODUCTS

Odyssey G9 – Matching the curvature of the human eye, the 49-inch Odyssey G9 has the screen space of two 27inch panels. From each end of the spectrum, the Samsung monitor delivers “picture perfect” quality with every frame. Now, imagine your favorite game on that screen. Experience a more encompassing view with maximum space to take in all the action.With the rapid 240hz refresh rate, you have up to four times as many frames displayed on screen every second compared to its traditional counterpart. $1480

GAEMS Rail System – Gaming is serious business these days. Not only do you need a place for your monitor, you’re going to need a place for your headset, camera, smart phone, tablet, and more. The GAEMS Rail System uses a weighted stand, has an adaptable design, is fully adjustable, supports up to 24” VESA compatible mounted monitors, and up to 14 lbs in weight. $100

Oculus Quest 2 – The future of gaming is here, so become part of the experience with the Oculus Quest 2. The model showcases a blazing fast processor and next-generation graphics. You can take VR into your own hands with the redesigned Oculus Touch controllers, complete with hand tracking, and a resolution of 1832x1920px per eye. You’ll even hear in all directions with the built-in speakers delivering cinematic 3D positional audio. $299

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