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IFA 2019: LG To Unveil “Ultra-Fast” Gaming Monitors

Those in attendance at IFA 2019 will get a first look at LG’s expanded lineup of UltraGear 1 millisecond IPS NVIDIA G-SYNC gaming monitors, which are specifically designed for serious gamers.

From September 6-11, visitors to LG’s IFA booth in Hall 18 at Messe Berlin can get a glimpse at LG’s latest range of ultra-fast IPS gaming monitors, which will be commercially available in Q4 in key markets of Europe and North America.

All LG UltraGear monitors are fine-tuned to deliver incredible picture quality and super-fast response times, with the newest UltraGear 1ms IPS Gray-to-Gray monitor boasting the fastest refresh rate in the lineup (240Hz).

The advanced 27-inch IPS monitor produces lifelike Full HD images with rich colours and consistent contrast across a wide viewing angle.

With HDR10 support and smooth visuals free from tearing and stuttering, thanks to NVIDIA G-SYNC Compatible and Adaptive-Sync, the new monitor delivers a great balance of performance and price point for hardcore gamers.

Next up, LG’s 27GN750 monitor joins existing models 38GL950G and 27GL850, which both employ Nano IPS technology to deliver accurate colour reproduction and a wide colour gamut that covers 98% of the DCI-P3 colour space.

Complete with an ultra-fast response time with a refresh rate of 144Hz (overclockable to 175Hz), the UltraGear Nano IPS monitors provide the performance to suit hardcore gamers.

Model 27GL850 is NVIDIA G-SYNC Compatible and support HDR10, while model 38GL950G supports NVIDIA G-SYNC processors and VESA DisplayHDR 400 and also comes NVIDIA-certified.

All three models include gaming-specific options such as Dynamic Action Sync mode, Black Stabiliser and Crosshair, with the latter designed to enhance accuracy in FPS games.

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