LG announces US pricing and availability for the latest 27-inch UltraGear gaming monitor
LG has released a new UltraGear gaming monitor variant to the US market. Like many of its series, it has an IPS panel with a 1ms (gray-to-gray (GtG)) response rate. This FHD display also supports HDR10 and covers 99% of the sRGB colorspace.
The LG 27GN750 is also rated for both Radeon FreeSync (for Adaptive Sync) and NVIDIA G-SYNC. It also has 178-degree viewing angles in every direction and a 240 hertz (Hz) refresh rate. Therefore, the OEM asserts it is optimized for gaming.
With its US$399 price-tag, LG also reckons that the 27-inch UltraGear "delivers a great balance of performance and price for serious gamers". To date, it is available online at B&H Photo Video. Alternatively, interesting consumers can consult the OEM's website for authorized brick-and-mortar retailers that may stock it in their area. Something to think about after the lock-down, perhaps.
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