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Tuesday, August 22, 2017
LG to Bring New Gaming Monitors to IFA


LG Electronics will introduce two new gaming monitors at IFA 2017 in Berlin next week to deliver some of the smoothest gaming experiences possible.

LG's newest 32- and 27-inch GK monitors offer high refresh rates of 144Hz (overclockable to 165Hz) and 240Hz. LG's new 32-inch gaming monitor (model 32GK850G) supports the NVIDIA G-Sync graphic processing technology - which eliminates stuttering and screen tearing when in the heat of the action. This monitor will process all game genres without any afterimages while delivering rapid and motion at a maximum brightness of 350 nits on its QHD (2,560 x 1,440) screen.

What's more, the 32-inch monitor enhances the gaming experience in a distinct way with Sphere Lighting, which uses LEDs behind the monitor to create soft ambience lighting. Features such as Black Stabilizer deliver clearer contrast to give gamers maximum visibility at all times while Dynamic Action Sync minimizes input lag so that players can react faster to the action. A graphic user interface allows players to customize modes for different games and for convenience, the monitor features a one-click stand which installs without the use of screws or tools and allows the monitor's tilt, height, swivel and pivot angle to be adjusted.

The 27-inch GK monitor (model 27GK750F) is more compact and has a 240Hz refresh rate, 1ms Motion Blur Reduction and AMD FreeSync technology. Features such as Black Stabilizer, Dynamic Action Sync and Crosshair - which places a target in the center of the monitor in order to enhance accuracy in FPS games - are designed to make the gaming experience second to none.

At IFA 2017, LG will also showcase its 34-inch UltraWide gaming monitor (model 34UC89G) with its expansive 21:9 aspect ratio display. This monitor also supports NVIDIA G-Sync and 144Hz refresh rate (overclockable to 166Hz).



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