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LG will present its first 45-inch gaming monitor with a curved screen

LG will present its first 45-inch gaming monitor with a curved screen

LG will present its first 45-inch gaming monitor with a curved screen

LG will exhibit at CES 2023 two new OLED models belonging to the line of LG UltraGear monitors, one of them being the first of the brand with a 45-inch curved screen and a refresh rate of 240Hz.

The company has materialized its commitment to bring OLED technology to the gaming universe with these screens, which are called 45GR95QE and 27GR95QE and offer a response time of 0.03 milliseconds Gray-toGray (GTG).

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The first of these models LG UltraGear OLED 45GR95QE, honored with the CES 2023 Innovation Award, is the company’s first 45-inch 800R curvature OLED gaming monitor with a 21:9 aspect ratio, as well as a WQHD resolution of 3,440 x 1,440 pixels.

This monitor offers a contrast ratio of 1,500,000: 1 and a color coverage of 98.5 percent of DCI-P3, producing brighter colors, deep blacks and sharper images, as the company has highlighted.

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Like the smaller monitor, the 45-inch has a sub-0.03 ms GTG response time and a 240Hz refresh rate. Both models also have two HDMI 2.1 ports, DisplayPort 1.4, one USB 3.0 upstream and two downstream, and a four-port headphone jack with support for DTS HP:X.

LG UltraGear OLED 27GR95QE, for its part, offers a QHD (2560 x 1440) resolution OLED panel that covers 98.5 percent of the DCI-P3 color gamut and ensures faithful graphics in video games.

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This other 27-inch monitor has support for a variable refresh rate (VRR) and is compatible with Nvidia G-Sync, FreeSync Premium and VESA Adaptive Sync. In addition, it has an Anti-Glare & Low Reflection (AGLR) screen, which improves the user experience and prevents distractions caused by poor light conditions.

According to the senior vice president and head of the IT business unit of LG Electronics, Seo Young-jae, the manufacturer has sought with these monitors “the necessary speed to offer an image quality that allows you to see everything as the creator designed it, as realistic as possible”, according to a statement sent to Europa Press.

Source: Elcomercio

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