LG has shared the first pictures for its biggest UltraGear gaming “monitor” yet, the 48GQ900, a beast of a display that leverages one of the company’s beautiful WOLED panels for some of the best image quality that’s available on today’s market.
There are no signs of the display on the official LG site yet, but coverage from around the web seems to confirm that the 48GQ900 is a 4K HDR monitor that supports refresh rates of up to 120 Hz (possibly even 138 Hz) and features not only HDMI 2.1, but DisplayPort, as connectivity options. This UltraGear model will also be unique for its anti-glare coating, something that even LG’s latest OLED TVs reportedly don’t have.
LG is planning to release its UltraGear 48GQ900 OLED gaming monitor in the second half of 2022, although it’s unclear what it might be priced at. A similarly sized C1 OLED TV can currently be purchased for around $1,000.
Here is LG’s first OLED gaming monitor with DisplayPort & HDMI 2.1 (FlatPanelsHD)
- It has a ‘borderless’ design with LG’s UltraGear branding and purple light elements on the back. It also features built-in speakers.
- Acer, Asus, Gigabyte, and MSI have also launched or announced OLED gaming monitors based on LG Display’s WOLED panel.
- LG 48GQ900 will launch in the second half of 2022. Pricing, exact availability details and full specifications will be announced later.