The launch of the new LG UltraGear monitors in Italy finds an international following with the announcement of LG UltraGear OLED 27GR95QE-B Gaming Monitorwith a rather high recommended price but certainly interesting technical specifications, designed for those who love 2K games with high-end panels.
In fact, the monitor in question comes with a file 27 inches diagonalThe resolution is 2560 x 1440 pixels and the maximum refresh rate is 240 Hz; In other words, a perfect combination of high visual quality and smoothness. This panel also has HDR10 certification and supports AMD FreeSync Premium or NVIDIA G-Sync variable refresh rate technologies.
In terms of connectivity, the version of the supported HDMI and DisplayPort connectors remains to be clarified, and the data sheet is currently missing the power consumption of the LG UltraGear OLED 27GR95QE-B in moments of high activity. If nothing else, it’s official LG’s first 1440p OLED 240Hz display.
pricing for a limited number of players, with a cost of $999; The cost in euros is still missing, but we expect a similar number to compete with competing products of the same type. Finally, marketing will kick in The first quarter of 2023.
A few days ago, ASUS unveiled its 42- and 48-inch Swift OLED displays.