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Well, it seems that staying home for extended periods of time was actually beneficial to gamers and gaming companies. Who would have thought? Steam has seen a record number of players on the service, and it seems to just be growing. Keeping this in mind, LG today launched its new gaming monitor under its UltraGear series – 27GN950 for Rs 59,990. With a 144hz refresh rate, Nano IPS 1ms (GtG) response time, UHD 4K resolution, G-Sync compatibility and VESA Display HDR600 technology, the latest gaming monitor from LG is perfect for gamers looking to take their displays to the next level. 

LG UltraGear 4K Gaming Monitor Front

The LG UltraGear 27GN950 comes with VESA Display Stream Compression (DSC) Technology, LG’s new gaming monitor supports 4K hi-resolution and HDR as well as the capacity to cover 10bit colour by a single DisplayPort connection, providing an enhanced viewing experience by reducing visual loss. The UltraGear’s new Nano IPS technology supports express high-fidelity colour for reproducing vivid scenes, while VESA Display HDR600 on the large UHD 4K screen, provides stunning visual immersion with sharp details and true and dynamic high-contrast HDR. It seems that this monitor is essentially prepping you for next-gen games. 

LG UltraGear 4K Gaming Monitor Back

Commenting on the launch, Hak Hyun Kim, Director- Home Entertainment, LG Electronics said, “Despite the widespread economic disruption caused by the coronavirus pandemic, the global video games and esports industry is thriving. With the onset of innovative technologies in gaming such as AR, VR, gamers today look for a totally immersive gaming experience that “takes them away from reality”

The newly launched monitor also comes with a 4-Side Virtually Borderless Display and V-Wing shaped adjustable stand with a flexible ergonomic stylish design that easily adapts with the environment and gaming style. Further, the RGB Sphere Lighting 2.0 with a sound and video sync mode also adds to the experience. 

 

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