The Samsung Odyssey Neo G8 is impressive for office use. The 4k resolution results in sharp text and the 32-inch screen is big enough to open multiple windows at once. It also has remarkable reflection handling and it gets bright enough to fight glare in most rooms, so visibility isn't a problem. It has great ergonomics if you want to adjust the screen to your liking, but it has narrow viewing angles and a limited swivel range, so it isn't the best for sharing your screen with someone else.
The Samsung Odyssey Neo G8 has impressive peak brightness in SDR. It's enough to fight glare in a well-lit room, but it has an aggressive Automatic Brightness Limiter with Local Dimming set to 'High'. This means that there's a variation of brightness with different content, like when you minimize and maximize windows on the desktop, and there's also some blooming around small bright objects on a dark background, like the mouse cursor. Setting the local dimming to 'Low' results in a higher real scene brightness of 401 cd/m, but highlights aren't as bright. Setting it to 'Auto' has the same real scene brightness as 'High'.
Basic day-to-day usage is relatively unaffected by the amount of RAM, or lack thereof. The MacBook Air is competent with only 8GB of RAM even when running lots of apps simultaneously, even with a dozen Safari windows, and even when swapping out to the SSD.
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