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LG unveils new ultrawide UltraGear gaming monitors at IFA 2018

30 August 2018 2

LG has unveiled two new UltraGear gaming monitors at the IFA 2018 event in Berlin. Both of these are 34-inch ultrawide monitors with features which we have started to expect from LG's recently launched series. These are exactly similar in terms of specs and features except for a couple of changes including the refresh rate.

To start off, the two new LG UltraGear gaming monitors bear the model numbers 34GK950G and 34GKK950F. These sport a 34-inch IPS display with 3440 x 1440 pixels resolution and 21:9 aspect ratio. LG has opted for NVIDIA G-Sync and Radeon FreeSync 2 with these two monitors respectively. Similarly, the "G" model offers 100Hz refresh rate (120Hz overclock) and the "F" model offers 144Hz refresh rate.

Both of these feature four-sided borderless design along but only the "G" model has Sphere Lighting (RGB) which makes them look on par with any other modern day gaming monitor. There are 1900R curvature and 178-degree viewing angle support for both horizontal and vertical viewing. In terms of connectivity, you will find one HDMI 1.4 port, one DisplayPort 1.2, two USB 3.0 ports, a 3.5mm headphone jack, and one DC power input connector.

There are no words on the pricing and availability yet from LG. We can expect more information in the near future as LG will get closer to selling them. At the same event, LG also took the opportunity to unveil the world's first 8K OLED TV with 88-inch display size.


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LG unveils new ultrawide UltraGear gaming monitors at IFA 2018
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MarkJosh
MarkJosh

LG seems to be in no mood to relent and take on Samsung hard and fast. Another set of cool unveiling from them. Taking on Acer gaming monitors.

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