LG expects to bring everyone the first 27-inch OLED screen designed specifically for gamers. Called the UltraGear 27GR95QE, it is based on a WOLED panel and has the potential to give a clear boost to the gaming monitor market. We define WOLD because LG has already launched OLED screens, some for video production based on (expensive) JOLED RGB panels and others that are specially curved but in larger formats.
Let’s start from the beginning: as mentioned, the screen has a 27-inch OLED panel, with a resolution of 1440 pixels (2560 x 1440). Most noticeable is the extremely high 240Hz refresh rate and 0.03ms gray-to-gray response time..
It is impossible to find such a combination of features on LCD screens, because although in some cases the refresh rate of an LCD screen can be higher than 240 Hz, No monitor of this type can boast of such a response time.
Full support for VRR and HDR10, two HDMI ports and one DisplayPort. And soon there will also be version 32
You talk about the rest of the technical characteristics VRR Support – Both HDMI VRR, AMD FreeSync, Nvidia G-Sync), HDR10 support, 98.5% DCI-P3 color space coverage. There are also two HDMI ports, a DisplayPort, and three USB ports. However, no details have been reported regarding the brightness, but rumors a few months ago spoke of at least 400 cd / m².
In addition to the 27-inch model And rumors of the past few weeks have talked about the arrival of a 32-inch version as well. According to rumors, the 32-inch model should retain all the features of the 27-inch model, except that the resolution will go up to 4K.
Availability and Pricing Separation: LG has not yet announced when the 27GR95QE will be first on the market. Pricing has already been announced: the first 27-inch OLED monitor for gamers will cost $999 in the US.