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LG Launches The UltraGear NanoIPS Monitors

LG Launches The UltraGear NanoIPS Monitors

Topic: high-end Displays

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LG have have two new monitors for you gamer die-hard  who are looking for that visually stunning gaming experience. First I present you the massive 38-inch 38GL950G which has a 3840 x 1440 resolution and the 27-inch variant 27GL850 sporting a 2560 x 1440  resolution. 


The larger display features G-Sync hardware with an insane 144Hz refresh rate which interestingly can be boosted up to 175Hz. On the other hand the 27-inch monitor is G-Sync rated, also capable of expanding compatibility with FreesSync and can also boost its refresh rate up to 144Hz. 

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Aside from the refresh rate and G-Sync features, both monitors offers 1ms GTG, and color gamuts of sRGB 135% or DCI-P3 98% according to your preference. The much larger display sports an Vesa Display HDR400, while the 27-inch offers HDR10. Also want to add these monitors have a special type of back lighting which is called Sphere Lighting 2.0 having RGB lights in the very back of the 38-inch model.  Many will more than likely be intrigued with benefits of Dynamic Action Sync mode, Black Stabilizer and Cross-hair features. 

LG has not announced a price point, but according to published reports, the 27-inch monitor will be the first to hit the market for pre-orders, which is set to begin on July 1 in the US. The 38-inch variant in regards to price and launch date is still unknown.


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