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LG expands 1ms UltraGear IPS gaming monitor range at IFA

by Mark Tyson on 6 September 2019, 13:11

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LG has taken the wraps off a trio of new gaming monitors at IFA 2019. The new monitors join its 1ms UltraGear range and all offer some level of compatibility with Nvidia G-Sync tech. Two new 27-inch models join the UltraGear range and there is a new 38-inch model too.

Looking over the specs of these products, rather than warble on about differences and similarities between each of the new monitors, I think it is best to start with a full features comparison table.

   

27GN750

27GL850

38GL950G

 

Picture

Quality

Display

IPS

Nano IPS

Nano IPS

Size

27-inch

27-inch

37.5-inch

Resolution

FHD (1920 x 1080)

QHD (2560 x 1440)

WQHD+ (3840 x 1600)

Brightness

400 nits (Typical)

350 nits (Typical)

450 nits (Typical)

Colour Gamut

sRGB 99 percent

DCI-P3 98 percent
(sRGB 135 percent)

DCI-P3 98 percent
(sRGB 135 percent)

Colour Bit

16.7M

1.07B

1.07B

Refresh Rate

240Hz

144Hz

175Hz (OC)

Response Time

1ms GTG

1ms GTG

1ms GTG

HDR

HDR10

HDR10

VESA DisplayHDR 400

Adaptive Sync

Nvidia G-Sync Compatible

Nvidia G-Sync Compatible

Nvidia G-Sync

Connectivity

HDMI

x 2

x 2

x 1

DP

x 1

x 1

x 1

Headphone Out

O

O

O

USB 3.0 Hub

1 up / 2 down

1 up / 2 down

1 up / 2 down

Feature (Bias Lighting)

-

-

Sphere Lighting 2.0

 

One thing all the new UltraGear monitors have in common is the 1ms IPS Gray-to-Gray (GTG) response times, fast refresh rates, some level of Nvidia G-Sync certification, three-sided 'borderless' designs, tilt and pivot adjustable stands, and their port selection. The more expensive pair of monitors use LG's Nano-IPS rather than a standard IPS panel and thus they boast improved colour reproduction, covering 98 per cent of the DCI-P3 colour space. Checking the online specs I'm sure the 'Nvidia G-Sync Compatible' pair are AMD FreeSync compatible too.

Another aspect of the designs which will benefit all consumers is the range of gaming-specific options built-into these monitors. Users can take advantage of features such as Dynamic Action Sync mode (minimising input lag), Black Stabiliser (see things lurking in the shadows), plus Crosshair overlays (better aim).

Checking over LG's UltraGear product pages, it now appears to have 27 models in the range.



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The 38 incher takes my fancy, Wonder what the price would be…………..
Kanoe
The 38 incher takes my fancy, Wonder what the price would be…………..
Same, nice resolution as well - WQHD+ (3840 x 1600)

Judging by BHPhotoVideo, we're looking at £2k launch price, which in todays world means in a years time it will find £500 and be £2500

https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/1488942-REG/lg_38gl950g_b_38_ultragear_nano_ips.html

May as well give up on these: This LG looks more appealing
https://www.tftcentral.co.uk/blog/what-we-know-so-far-about-the-asus-rog-swift-pg35vq-and-acer-predator-x35/
Users can take advantage of Cheats such as Dynamic Action Sync mode (minimising input lag), Black Stabiliser (see things lurking in the shadows), plus Crosshair overlays (better aim).

FTFY :)


HDR also a bit meaningless with such a low number of Nits crawling around…