At the IFA 2019, LG Electronics will unveil its lineup of UltraGear gaming monitors equipped with 1 millisecond IPS NVIDIA G-SYNC. The LG UltraGear monitors are dedicated to delivering extraordinary gaming experience not only in terms of its vivid picture quality but also with its response time.
The model 27GN750 1ms gray-to-gray monitor has the fastest refresh rate of 240Hz adhering to the fast pace essential for today’s game’s victory. The monitor is equipped with NVIDIA G-SYNC Compatible and Adaptive-Sync, and it supports HDR10 which give rise to smooth visuals, and the Full HD images are a bonus to the already extraordinary images.
LG’s 27GN750 models join the already existing 38GL950G and 27GL850. Whereas both the 27GN750 and the 27GL859 has the display screens of 27 inches, the 38GL950G model sports a 37.5 inches screen. Both the 38GL950G and the 27GL850 have Nano IPS technology and a wide color gamut which produces 98% of the DCI-P3 color space.
The UltraGear Nano IPS monitors are made for delivering the performance suitable for experiencing high-resolution games with all the feels of live-action. The 27GL850 model is NVIDIA G-SYNC Compatible with the support for HDR10, and the 38GL950G model supports the NVIDIA G-SYNC processors and VESA DisplayHDR 400. The response time for all of the three monitors is 1ms GTG.
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LG UltraGear monitors gaming experience has been kept on the forefront, adjusting what is necessary for a smooth gaming experience. Therefore, all three UltraGear monitors come with options such as Dynamic Action Sync mode, Black Stabilizer, and Crosshair. With its power-packed specifications. These monitors are proving itself to be an indispensable gadget for the serious gamers out there.
So far at the IFA, people will only get a look of the upcoming UltraGear monitors from September 6 through to September 11. The monitors will be commercially available in the fourth quarter of this year in some selected markets of Europe and North America.