LG has added a pair of gaming monitors to its UltraGear range. A particular highlight of these new gaming monitors is that they are supposed to be the "world's first IPS 1ms gaming monitors". In addition, they are characterized by attractive high refresh rates, Nvidia G-sync, excellent color reproduction (DCI-P3 98 percent) and high resolutions. As gaming monitors, both new models offer gamer-specific settings such as: Dynamic Action Sync Mode, Black Stabilizer and Crosshair, which can be especially useful in FPS games.
The 38GL950G is a curved 38-inch Nano IPS monitor with a resolution of 3840 x 1
The curved screen offers a "virtually borderless design" and an improved Sphere Lighting 2.0 – A set of RGB light sources on the back of the monitor that enhance the atmosphere while playing by changing the color according to the screen action improve.
Last but not least, the 38GL950G is VESA DisplayHDR 400 certified with a maximum brightness of 450nits. This 38-inch monitor sounds a bit special, but costs a nice penny – its MSRP is $ 1999 for pre-orders starting July 1st.
The 27GL850 is based on a flat 27-inch Nano IPS screen with a resolution of 2560 x 1440 pixels (QHD). While offering the same color gamut, bit depth, and fast response time, other aspects are somewhat mitigated. First of all, it is an Nvidia G Sync compatible display. I think it's "just" an Adaptive Sync Monitor that passed Nvidia's tests. It has an excellent refresh rate of 144 Hz, HDR10 compatibility, but a peak brightness of only 350nits.
Hopefully, the price tag will make the aforementioned cuts tasty, as the LG 27GL850 has an MSRP of $ 499. Like its bigger brother, it will come on the market next month with pre-orders from the 1st to July
. Both the LG 38GL950G and the 27GL850 are currently being demonstrated in Nvidia's media room at E3 2019.