LG launches the 38GL950G and 27GL850 UltraGear as The world’s first Nano IPS 1ms gaming monitors


LG has launched a pair of gaming
monitors into its ultragear range a particular highlight of these new gaming
monitors is that they are claimed to be the world’s first IPS 1ms
gaming monitors additionally they have attractively high refresh rates and
video g-sync excellent color reproduction and high resolutions as
gaming monitors both new models feature gamer specific settings such as dynamic
action sync mode black stabilizer and crosshair which can be especially useful
in FPS games the 38 GL950G is a curved 38 inch nano IPS monitor with a
resolution of 3840 to 1600 pixels and 21 to 9 aspect ratio as per the headline
this is a 1 millisecond GTG monitor and it sports impressive refresh rates to up
to 175 Hertz overclocked on the topic of refresh rates this is a g-sync certified
monitor with the necessary built-in NVIDIA hardware the 38 GL 950 G is VESA
display HDR 400 certified with a max brightness of 415 it’s this 38 inch
monitor sounds a bit special but costs a pretty penny
it is $1,999 with pre-orders starting from July 1st
the 27 GL 850 is based around a flat 27 inch nano IPS panel with a resolution of
2560 to 1440 pixels q HD while it offers the same color gamut big depth and fast
response time other aspects are toned down somewhat to start with this is an
Nvidia g-sync compatible display it sports a top refresh rate of 144 Hertz
HDR 10 compatibility but a peak brightness of only 315 it’s the LG 27 GL
850 has priced at $499 like it’s bigger brother
it will roll out next month with pre-orders starting from July first

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