LG Confirms Pricing and Availability of UltraGear 34GP950G Monitor with NVIDIA G-SYNC Ultimate

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LG has announced the pricing and availability of its latest UltraGear monitor, the 34GP950G. Available now for $1,299, LG’s UltraGear 34GP950G is an ultrawide monitor that features a QHD (3440 x 1440) IPS display with up to 180 Hz refresh rate and 1 ms response time. The monitor also carries VESA DisplayHDR 600 and NVIDIA G-SYNC Ultimate certification for “lifelike HDR.”

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From LG’s press release:

[…] the 34GP950G is a CES 2021 Innovation Award-winning UltraWide Nano IPS display that delivers an immersive gaming experience for all enthusiasts. Thanks to its 180Hz Overclock and an IPS 1ms (GtG) response time, the UltraGear 34GP950G delivers highly sought-after picture quality without sacrificing input lag and refresh rate. With VESA DisplayHDR 600 certification (56 Block Local Dimming) the UltraGear 34GP950G guarantees outstanding color, dynamic contrast, high luminance, and a wide color gamut. Covering 98 percent of the DCI-P3 color spectrum, the monitor has a 1,000:1 contrast ratio, capable of reproducing vivid scenes in true-to-life color.

Thanks to NVIDIA G-SYNC ULTIMATE and support for HDR, the UltraGear 34GP950G ensures an enhanced image quality with reduced screen tearing and minimized stutter that works seamlessly for an incredibly realistic and exhilarating gaming experience. The new display also features various connectivity options to further enhance its capabilities through support for HDMI and DisplayPort inputs, 3 USB ports (1up/2down), and an audio jack. Additional on-screen gaming controls allow users to take more control over their gaming experience than ever before. With tools such as Crosshair, Black Stabilizer and Dynamic Action Sync, the UltraGear 34GP950G transforms video gaming into a deeply immersive experience.

RTINGS has already shared a review of the LG 34GP950G, which managed to earn an 8.4 score for gaming. The only con that it received is poor black levels (“blacks appear gray in a dark room”), a typical drawback of IPS panels.

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