At the E3 2019 electronic entertainment fair, LG recently launched two models of gaming screens with the world's first 1ms GTG response time. Both devices are part of LG's UltraGear range, using IPS panels and supporting DCI-P3 color bands.
LG 27GL850 is a smaller model, comes with a 27-inch screen, supports QHD resolution (2560 x 1440 pixels), 144Hz scan frequency, maximum brightness of 350 nits and supports HDR10.
Two models of gaming monitors have LG's first 1ms response time in the world.
Meanwhile, the larger model, LG 38GL950G, is equipped with a 37.5-inch wide-angle curved screen, higher resolution and WQHD level (3840 x 1600 pixels), maximum brightness up to 450 nits. Although this model has a default scanning frequency of 144Hz, users can also overclock up to 175Hz.
Both models are compatible with Nvidia's G-Sync technology, which helps frame synchronization with the screen's scanning frequency, superior to traditional V-Sync. In addition, they also have HDMI and DisplayPort connectors to help users connect to most devices easily.
LG UltraGear ™ Gaming Monitor 38GL950G
Currently, LG has not disclosed information about the prices of the two 1ms screen models mentioned above, although their selling prices will probably not be cheap at all. Currently, LG is displaying both the 38GL950G and 27GL850 models at Nvidia's booth in E3, and said it will open reservations in the US on July 1 next.