LG is the world’s largest maker of OLED televisions however has by no means supplied OLED screens for gaming — till now. On Wednesday, the corporate formally launched the UltraGear 48GQ900 — the model’s first OLED show designed for players — that was teased again in March and combines some great benefits of OLED panels with a excessive refresh charge options Adaptive-Sync.
The LG UltraGear 48GQ900 is a 47.5-inch monitor with a 3840 x 2160 decision, a 120 Hz refresh charge (as much as 138 Hz in overclocked mode), and a 0.1-millisecond gray-to-gray refresh charge. Typical of an OLED show, the UltraGear 48GQ900 boasts a really excessive distinction ratio however has average most brightness — which is likely to be why LG does not formally disclose it and solely says that the monitor options HDR10. Nonetheless, the show can reproduce as much as 98.5% of the DCI-P3 colour gamut, which may be very correct. LG has additionally geared up its OLED monitor with its proprietary anti-glare low reflection (AGLR) coating to enhance the viewing expertise.
The LG UltraGear 48GQ900 is aimed primarily at players, so it helps Adaptive-Sync expertise and is licensed with AMD’s FreeSync Premium and Nvidia’s G-Sync necessities. The show has two 20W audio system and a 4-pole headphone output that helps the DTS Headphone:X expertise.
In relation to inputs, the UltraGear 48GQ900 has one DisplayPort connector, three HDMI inputs (at the very least one is HDMI 2.1), and a dual-port UBS 3.0 hub. The monitor additionally ships with an adjustable stand.
Alongside its first OLED monitor for players, LG launched two new 31.5-inch Nano IPS shows with ATW polarizers that includes 4K UHD (3840 x 2160) and QHD (2560 x 1440) resolutions. As well as, each screens are Nvidia G-Sync suitable, and AMD FreeSync Premium Professional licensed.
Quickly after, all three new LG UltraGear shows shall be out there in Japan beginning this month and in different key markets. Pricing is at the moment unknown.