Company LG launches another gaming monitor. His name is UltraGear 27GR75Q-B and brings a 27″ IPS display with a resolution of 2560×1440 pixels. So it has a classic aspect ratio of 16:9. It reaches a relatively low brightness of 240 nits, typically 300 nits. It is a traditional 8-bit panel (16.7 million colors) with classic contrast 1000:1. It promises a 1ms GTG response and a solid 99% coverage of the sRGB color space. LG also promises support for HDR10 and factory calibration. The monitor reaches a frequency of 165 Hz and offers both AMD FreeSync Premium and G-Sync Compatible synchronization technologies. For gamers, there are functions such as MBR, Black Stabilizer or Crosshair.
There are 2 HDMI ports that allow a maximum frequency of 144Hz, while DisplayPort 1.4 can also handle 165Hz. There is also a 3-pole audio jack. The manufacturer talks about a typical consumption of 45 W, then a maximum of 48 W. As for positionability, it is possible to tilt (-5° to +15°), height adjustment (110 mm), pivot function and the possibility of mounting on the wall (VESA 100×100 mm ). The price should be around 250 USD (estimated up to 6500 CZK with VAT, if it reaches the Czech market).
Source: Svět hardware by www.svethardware.cz.
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