It is officially called LG Ultra Gear 27GR95QE-B and promises to be the next great gaming monitor. 2560 x 1440p resolution, a 240Hz refresh rate, and an OLED panel with 0.3ms (GtG) response times that make us rub our hands.
As the report published on the website of tech spot, the GR95 is in the 27 inch scale. It has 98.5 percent coverage of the DCI-P3 color gamut and, because it’s an OLED, a 1.5 million-to-1 contrast ratio. It’s also certified for AMD FreeSync and Nvidia G-Sync.
Abroad, the monitor has RGB and a stand with 11 cm of adjustable height and 20 degrees of swivel from side to side and from top to bottom. For the ports, It has two HDMI and one DisplayPort, USB 3.0 up and down and a SPDIF connector for audio pass-through.
An incredible price for an incredible product
LG is the first manufacturer to announce a 240Hz OLED monitor small and agile enough to display games at competitive FPS.
At the list price of $999, it will be cheaper than half of the OLEDs on the market. The South Korean company will launch it in the first quarter of 2023 and we will likely hear more about it at CES in January.
LG and a few other brands have produced 42″ and 48″ 4K behemoths with a 120Hz refresh rate that pass as monitors.
Alternatively, several OEMs including LG have recently introduced ultra-wide 34″ OLED sets with 3440 x 1440p resolution and 165-175Hz refresh rate. For example, Corsair is about to join the fray with a third option: a 45″ version of the ultra-wide monitor. with a refresh rate of 240 Hz.