LG has unveiled three new gaming monitors as a part of its CES 2021 bulletins, following its introduction of a new flagship entry in its UltraFine series earlier this week. The brand new batch of shows features a mannequin refresh on LG’s 27GN950 gaming monitor with HDMI 2.1 assist, a 32-inch 1440p show, and a 34-inch 1440p ultrawide monitor.
The LG UltraGear 27GP950 is a 27-inch 4K gaming monitor, which makes use of a Nano IPS panel and helps a fast refresh price of 144Hz, although LG says it does supply 160Hz by way of overclocking. It additionally helps an HDMI 2.1 and variable refresh price, permitting avid gamers to expertise 4K gaming on both PC and consoles at a 120Hz refresh price, which could possibly be interesting to new homeowners of the PlayStation 5 or Xbox Collection S / X who wish to go for a monitor over a TV for next-gen gaming.
A successor to LG’s 27GL850 monitor launch final 12 months, the UltraGear 32GP850 is a 31.5-inch monitor that incorporates a 165Hz refresh price (180Hz when overclocking) and delivers a 1440p decision gaming expertise. Lastly, the brand new LG UltraGear 34GP950G is a 34-inch ultrawide 1440p monitor with a 21:9 side ratio and options Nvidia’s G-Sync Final certification, which LG says will enable the monitor to supply “the very best image high quality with minimized visible stuttering and tearing.” (The opposite two within the batch are G-Sync suitable.)
LG has but to disclose a launch date or pricing for the UltraGear 27GP950, 32GP850, or 34GP950G screens.