LG launches the two new monitors belonging to UltraGear series at the E3 2019 conference being held in Los Angeles, created specifically for gamers who seek the ultimate in terms of the response to the video and color reproduction.
Compared to the previous models we had seen and appreciated at IFA 2018, the new models make a quantum leap, thanks to record-breaking response time, just 1ms GTG, – and the 144 Hz refresh rate, overclockable to 175 Hz. The model that is positioned at the top of the range is the 38GL950G, a 38-inch curved LCD monitor equipped with Nano IPS technology that filters the light coming from the LEDs of the display, to obtain a more faithful color reproduction (color space coverage DCI-P3 at 98%).
The WQHD (3840 x 1600 pixels) resolution, and thanks to the 21:9 format, combined with a borderless design, the sense of involvement is further extended, especially in the presence of games and multimedia content.
The monitor boasts the VESA DisplayHDR 400 certification, supports NVIDIA G-SYNC technology and is equipped with three USB 3.0 ports. On the back is the 2.0 version of Sphere Lighting technology, a lighting system with customizable colors.
The 27GL850 LG UltraGear 27-inch Nano IPS are not curved and the resolution is QHD (2560 x 1440 pixels). There is no lack of NVIDIA G-SYNC technology support, the response time is the same as for the older brother – 1 ms GTG – and HDR 10 certification is present, but the refresh rate stops at 144 Hz (no overclocking) and Spere Lightning is missing.
Pre-orders will start in the United States in early July, while in Europe they are expected for the third quarter of this year. The prices in the US market start from $1,999.99 for the 38-inch model and $499.99 for the younger brother.