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LG Adds NVIDIA GeForce NOW In 4K

LG is expanding the cloud gaming experience on some of their televisions, adding 4K UHD support for NVIDIA GeForce NOW in more than 80 counties, as well as launching the Boosteroid service in more than 60 countries.

The introduction of HDMI 2.1, which supports Variable Refresh Rate, Auto Low Latency Mode and Quick Frame Transport is coming to a growing number of TVs across the board, and LG support G-SYNC compatibility and gaming content from NVIDIA Geforce NOW (HD), FreeSync Premium, Blaknut, Utomik, Twitch, Boosteroid and YouTube, via the Game Quick Card option on webOS 2023 on the home screen.

LG will then serve up smooth gameplay with 0.1 milliseconds response time and low input lag.

LG also deliver a more personalised gaming world with the Game Shelf game optimiser dashboard.



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