The Three New High-Performance Monitors from LG Include an OLED Display
The LG UltraGear gaming monitors come in three different sizes. They might be appealing to people who use their computers for work and play because the displays have good color accuracy. This means that most users will be happy with the colors, except for experts who need very accurate colors.
LG has released three new displays that are very accurate and have a high refresh rate. The first two use Nano IPS technology, while the third is an OLED display.
The Elite monitors promise “elite” visual performance and speed, and the flagship display is the 32GQ950, which includes a 4K (3,840 x 2,160) Nano IPS display with Advanced True Wide (ATW) Polarizer technology. The 32GQ850 features a QHD (2,560 x 1,440)
The LG displays all have a sleek design and sharp, angular stands. They also feature HDMI 2.1 connectivity: the 48GQ900 has three HDMI ports, the 32GQ950 and 32GQ850 each have two, and the Display Port, USB 3.0 ports, and headphone jacks are common to all three.
The peak brightness of each of the screens is unknown, however the HDR pledges give some insight. The 48GQ900 can display HDR10, whereas the 32GQ950 uses VESA Display HDR 1000, and the 32GQ850 uses VESA Display HDR 600. Given that LG’s 2022 C2 OLED television can produce up to 800 nits of peak brightness, buyers might expect reasonable brightness from all three of these new displays.
The 48GQ900 has a really good picture quality and it can show a lot of different colors. This is possible because of the wide color gamut that it has. The LG OLED technology makes this TV even better because it covers 98.5% of the DCI-P3 color space.
The company claims that all three have gorgeous, bright picture quality and lightning-quick response times: the two 32-inch displays feature a one-millisecond Gray-to-Gray (GTG) display technology, while the OLED model includes a 0.1 millisecond response time.