With Ultra-Fast Reaction, Vibrant Colours and Sharp Details, the New Monitor Delivers Pro-Level Gaming Experience
DUBAI, United Arab Emirates – Keeping up with the growing popularity of gaming and e-sports in the region, LG Electronics (LG) expanded its premium UltraGear gaming lineup with the new LG UltraGear gaming monitor (model 32GQ850) which will soon be available in the UAE. Designed to meet the needs of today’s gamers, the monitor delivers ultra-fast refresh and response rates, vivid colours, superior details and borderless design for the ultimate gaming experience.
Allowing users to immerse themselves in the heart of the action, the new LG UltraGear monitor delivers fast and fluid gaming experience with 240Hz (O/C 260Hz) refresh rate and 1ms (GtG) response time. Officially validated by NVIDIA® as G-SYNC® Compatible and equipped with AMD FreeSync™ Premium, the new monitor reduces screen tearing and minimizes stutter, delivering smoother gaming and making sure that users will never miss a frame of the action. Bringing users closer to real-time gaming, the Dynamic Action Sync® feature elevates gameplay and allows gamers to action with reduced input lag.
With the ultra-large 32’’ QHD screen with 16:9 ratio (2560×1440), the new LG UltraGear monitor brings the utmost detail out of each gaming scene. Responsive Nano IPS Display allows users to experience vibrant colours, sharp contrast and breathtakingly realistic details, while delivering ultra-fast 1ms (GtG) response rates. Additionally, the Black Stabilizer technology brightens dark gaming scenes, enhancing vision and helping users to attack or defend against enemies hiding in the shadows. Putting accuracy at the center of the gameplay, the Crosshair® feature delivers enhanced precision in first-person shooter games.
Giving users more control over their experience, the new LG UltraGear gaming monitor allows them to choose different modes – Gamer, FPS, RTS – to adjust and optimize settings. Users are also enabled to monitor FPS while playing games, editing or watching movies with the FPS Counter that provides real-time data.