LG Display has announced that it will be unveiling its latest high-performance gaming OLED displays at CES 2023, namely, the 27-inch and 45-inch panels that can be found in the 27GR95QE and 45GR95QE, new, soon-to-be-released UltraGear monitors from the company that feature OLED panels capable of refresh rates of up to 240 Hz, a world’s first, according to LG.
“LG Display’s gaming OLED is the ultimate display solution for gamers in terms of picture quality, response times and eye comfort” said Tai-jong Lee, Head of Solution Customer experience Division 2 at LG Display. “We will continue to expand our gaming OLED panel lineup based on the needs of gamers across multiple genres to take the customer experience we provide to new heights.”
LG Display’s new gaming OLED displays boast the fastest response time of 0.03ms, making them the first-ever OLED displays for monitors to provide a refresh rate of 240Hz per second which permits the clearest picture quality and smoothest movements, even during unbelievably fast-paced action. The company’s gaming OLED displays take advantage of OLED’s self-emissive pixels to deliver immersive gaming experiences courtesy of rich, vibrant and crisp images on top of their high performance.
LG Display’s gaming OLED displays also minimize external light reflections by applying a special polarizer designed for gaming. This allows the display to achieve perfect black under any environment, adding depth to the image quality and delivering an accurate color depiction. What’s more, the revolutionary gaming OLED displays bend up to 800R, or a curvature radius of 800mm, allowing gamers to experience the optimal curve for every genre of content.
In addition, the company’s gaming OLED panels emit the lowest level of blue light in the industry compared to premium LCD displays of the same size and this allows gamers to enjoy , flicker-free gaming experiences with less eye fatigue.
LG Display will start mass-production of the 27- and 45-inch gaming OLED displays this month and the products are set to be used in premium monitors for several global tech companies including LG Electronics, Asus and Corsair.
Current pre-orders are estimated to begin shipping in January.
According to an earlier statement from LG, CES 2023 visitors will be able to check out the new monitors at booth #15501 in the Las Vegas Convention Center from January 5–8.