LG is introducing new 4K OLED gaming monitors, including a world first with Dual-Hz support and 480Hz. We are already accustomed to the fact that LG usually announces its cutting-edge technological news before the upcoming CES exhibition in Las Vegas. First, an announcement was published about the release of a line of soundbars in 2024.
2024 LG Ultragear Monitors
A little later, LG shared information about the new line of its OLED Ultragear gaming monitors for the 2024 model year. This is LG’s 2024 monitor lineup, which will include the world’s first OLED gaming monitor with 4K resolution and so-called Dual-Hz technology.
LG Ultragear 32GS95UE
This is the new 32-inch 32GS95UE monitor, which thanks to the Dual-Hz system will be able to support 4K graphics at 240 Hz or Full HD graphics at an unmatched 480 Hz. In this case, it is possible to switch between the two options using a single click of a hot key on the keyboard, or switch using the joystick.
So there’s really nothing easier than switching between FHD 480Hz for fast, responsive games like Call of Duty, and 4K 240Hz for exploration and adventure-based games with visually rich environments where speed isn’t an issue. so important.
LG also claims that the LG Ultragear 32GS95UE 16:9 monitor offers a 0.03ms (gray-to-gray) response time. This further minimizes motion blur, improves clarity and makes the gaming experience even more immersive and responsive.
Even the design of the 32GS95UE monitor is aimed at helping gamers truly immerse themselves in the gaming world, with an anti-glare, low-reflection screen and ultra-thin bezels around all four sides of the screen.
Obviously, these bezel-less designs usually don’t leave much room for good built-in audio systems. However, the 32GS95UE tries to solve this problem with what LG calls the Pixel Sound system. That is, the front speaker system with two low-frequency speakers and support for DTS Virtual: X is actually hidden behind the OLED panel itself.
The Ultragear 32GS95UE monitor’s OLED panel also offers the benefits of this technology’s self-illuminating pixels, namely exceptional contrast. The declared contrast ratio is 1,500,000: 1. Also, such panels are capable of reproducing rich, accurate colors. LG claims 98.5% DCI-P3 color gamut coverage.
LG 34GS95QE and 39GS95QE
The 32GS95UE display is joined in LG’s new Ultragear line of OLED monitors by the CES 2024 Innovation Award-winning 34GS95QE and its larger 39-inch sibling, the Ultragear 39GS95QE. Both of these models have UltraWide Quad-HD resolution and curved (800R) screens with a 21:9 aspect ratio.
Thanks to this, the game graphics will capture the gamer’s peripheral vision. These two models join the 32GS95UE as their screens feature a low-reflective anti-glare coating. They have the same contrast ratio and color gamut capabilities, and a response time of 0.03 ms (GTG).
They have the same “bezel-less” design on all four edges. However, these monitors do not have the same Pixel sound system. The three models, 34GS95QE, 39GS95QE, and 32GS95UE, all support G-Sync and AMD Freesync Premium Pro, and also include two HDMI 2.1 ports, one DisplayPort 1.4 port, and a four-pin headphone output.
The so-called Unity hexagonal designs on the rear panels of the GS95QE models combine sleek aesthetics with neat cable management. The gaming monitors sit on a new slim L-shaped stand that takes up less floor space than their predecessor stands.
This allows you to free up more space on your desktop. Smaller stands still allow you to tilt or swivel the screen, as well as adjust its height, and the 32GS95UE stand additionally supports rotation.
LG 45GS95QE, 27GS95QE and 45GS96QB
If the 32-, 34-, and 39-inch screens of the main trio of LG’s new OLED monitors aren’t what you’re looking for, LG is also adding new 27- and 45-inch models to its 2024 Ultragear lineup. Introduced as updated versions of LG’s popular 45GR95QE and 27GR95QE, the new 45GS95QE, 45GS96QB and 27GS95QE monitors continue to deliver high refresh rates and fast response times, and are VESA DisplayHDR True Black 400 certified.
To be more specific, both 45-inch screens feature 800R curved displays with a 21:9 ratio and a resolution of 3440×1440, while the 27-inch 27GS95QE has a flat screen with a 16:9 ratio and a resolution of 2560×1440. All three models again claim 98.5% coverage of the DCI-P3 color gamut.
They have a 150,000:1 contrast range, 240Hz refresh rate, 0.03ms GtG response time, G-Sync and Freesync Premium Pro compatibility, two HDMI 2.1 ports, DisplayPort. 1.4 and 4-pin headphone output. However, only the 45GS96QB has built-in speakers.
While the stands for all three screens support tilt, only the 27GS95QE is height adjustable. It also supports screen rotation. Full information about the new line of Ultragear monitors for 2024 should appear on the official LG website by the end of January 2024.