LG has introduced a new flagship for gamers. (Image source: LG)
LG is presenting its upcoming premium monitors at the IFA in Berlin. Included is a model that was specially developed for a more intense gaming experience. LG’s display experts are targeting gamers directly.
News from LG: South Koreans trump with curved OLED gaming monitor
The International Consumer Electronics Fair (IFA) will take place in Berlin from September 2nd to 6th. Many brands use this event to present innovations and this time LG has brought along its upcoming premium monitors, among other things. One of them could the new dream for every PC gamer will.
The 45GR95QE model is the first curved display under the UltraGear brand. This offers a 45-inch curved OLED display with a refresh rate of 240 Hz. The monitor has an aspect ratio of 21:9 for an ultra-wide view. It also boasts a WQHD resolution of 3,440 x 1,440 pixels and supports HDR10 and HDMI 2.1.
In order to give gamers the feeling of actually being in the game, LG uses the new Monitro rimless design. The anti-reflective and low-reflection coating of the display should also increase the feeling of immersion in the respective game world.
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Corsair: Serious alternative to the LG monitor
In cooperation with LG, Corsair also recently launched a 45-inch gaming minitor. The Xeneon Flex only offers 1440p, but unlike the UltraGear model, it can be bent flexibly. Depending on the situation and needs, the monitor can range from a straight surface to an 800R curvature. In terms of flexibility, this is a clear advantage over LG’s own development.