LG Shows Off Its New 32-inch QHD IPS Monitor That Includes FreeSycn Tech Retail For $300
For those looking to engage in high intensive visually stunning gaming without breaking the bank for a monitor, LG has you covered with their newly unveiled 32-inch QHD IPS monitor. Priced at just $300, the new LG 32 QK500 uses a very respectable 2440 X 1440 resolution display based on IPS technology, with a 99% sRGB gamut. It's FreeSync capable Max 75Hz refresh rate with other gaming goodies such as DAS, black stabilizer, and crosshair modes which I’ll cover in this post.
According to LG, Radeon FreeSync tech should bring about " smoother motion and less stuttering in demanding games" Action SYNC or DAS is a mode that keeps input lag to a minimum. LG also adds Dynamic Action Sync ( DAS) minimizing input lag. The Black stabilizer is a monitor color curve setting that reveals enemies in the murky darkness in games, and crosshair modes helping FPS accuracy.
Interestingly enough, LG features Reader Mode, this lessen eye fatigue when users are working on text documents which emits a low blue light mode. Like with most LG monitors, there is full support of Screen Split 2.0 and Dual Controller. The OSD ( On-screen Display) allows users to quickly change adjustments and settings and adjust the volume, brightness, picture mode preset.
As I stated earlier in the post, the LG 32QK500-W QHD monitor retails for just $300 and is readily available for purchase.