LG has unveiled three new game monitors as part of CES 2021 announcements, following the introduction of a new flagship entry in its UltraFine series earlier this week. The new batch of monitors includes a model update on LG’s 27GN950 gaming monitor with HDMI 2.1 support, a 32-inch 1440p display and a 34-inch 1440p ultra-wide display.
The LG UltraGear 27GP950 is a 27-inch 4K gaming monitor, which uses a Nano IPS panel and supports a fast refresh rate of 144Hz, although LG says it offers 160Hz through overclocking. It also supports an HDMI 2.1 and variable refresh rate, allowing gamers to experience 4K gaming on both PC and consoles with a 1
A successor to LG’s 27GL850 screen release last year, the UltraGear 32GP850 is a 31.5-inch screen that has a refresh rate of 165Hz (180Hz when overclocked) and provides a gaming experience of 1440p. Finally, the new LG UltraGear 34GP950G is a 34-inch ultra-wide 1440p display with a 21: 9 aspect ratio and has Nvidia’s G-Sync Ultimate certification, which LG says will allow the display to provide “the best image quality with minimized visual stuttering and tear. ”(The other two in the series are G-Sync compatible.)
LG has not yet revealed a release date or price for UltraGear 27GP950, 32GP850 or 34GP950G monitors.