At E3 2019 LG has revealed its latest and greatest gaming monitors that feature the world8217;s first one millisecond IPS panel.
Introducing the world’s first Nano IPS gaming monitor with a 1ms response time and 144Hz for an unrivaled immersion. It’s truly…breathtaking. Pre-orders begin 7/1/19. #LGUltraGear #E3 https://t.co/XbuUvPTCBA pic.twitter.com/9jxWmDJIPA
— LG Electronics (@LGUS) 11 June 2019
The flagship of these two devices is the 38-inch model (38GL950G) which boasts an UltraGear Nano IPS panel capable of a 175Hz refresh rate, 3840 x 1600 pixel resolution, DCI-P3 98 per cent colour gamut and a 21:9 aspect ratio.
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As if that wasn8217;t enough, this large display also has a 450 nits brightness rating, has VESA DisplayHDR 400 certification and uses an Nvidia G-Sync processor. All this is of course topped off by the main selling point 8211; the one millisecond IPS panel.
For gamers looking for something smaller (and probably cheaper), LG also has a 27-inch version coming (the 27GL850) that still boasts the one millisecond IPS panel but with a max 144Hz refresh rate, 2560 x 1440 resolution, HDR10 support and 350 nits brightness.
This smaller panel is only G-Snyc compatible 8211; meaning it8217;s been validated to not show flickering, ghosting or pulsing during variable refresh rate gaming, but it doesn8217;t contain the powerful Nvidia processor like its bigger brother.
Of course, neither of these monitors has the G-Sync Ultimate tag, but that list is still fairly short at this point. It8217;s great to see LG striving towards eye-pleasing, ultra-fast gaming monitors alongside the swathe of insanely ultrawide monitors that have hit the market lately.