LG UltraGear Nano IPS gaming monitor is the first 1ms IPS display

Ceria Alfonso
Junio 12, 2019

LG has unveiled its latest gaming monitor, the LG UltraGear, at E3 2019, which features ultra-fast one millisecond response times - a world-first for an IPS gaming monitor. Additionally, they have attractively high refresh rates, Nvidia G-Sync, excellent colour reproduction (DCI-P3 98 per cent) and high resolutions. Key to both monitors is the blistering 1ms response time joined by gaming settings like Crosshair and Dynamic Action Sync.

The 38GL950G is a curved 38-inch Nano IPS monitor with a resolution of 3840 x 1600 pixels (AKA UltraWide QHD+) and 21:9 aspect ratio. Two models have been launched, the 27-inch 27GL850, with a 144Hz maximum refresh rate, and the 37.5-inch 38GL950G, which has an overclocked maximum refresh rate of 175Hz. The 27-inch UltraGear offers HDR 10 and the 38-inch model offers VESA DisplayHDR 400. It sports a resolution of 2560 x 1440 with a maximum brightness of 350 nits, and is compatible with HDR10 content. The company promises the most immersive gaming experience yet. TO start with this is an Nvidia G-Sync compatible display so I think it is "just" an Adaptive Sync monitor that has passed Nvidia's tests. This is made possible by the very slim bezels, curved display, and inclusion of RGB lights on the back called Sphere Lighting 2.0; the smaller model doesn't include the lights. The 27-inch model also features two HDMI ports whereas the larger model is limited to one. Both feature a single DisplayPort and neither have a 3.5mm headphone out jack.

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Both monitors go on sale in July in the United States, with pre-orders for the 27GL850 opening July 1, while Europe will be getting the monitors some time in the third quarter of this year. The larger model's availability remains unclear.

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