“This year’s LG UltraGear monitor series brings major changes to technology support to answer gaming needs that are increasingly demanding the sophistication of their supporting devices,” said Mr. Chung-Hoon Kim
Chung-Hoon Kim further stated that the LG UltraGear 48GQ900 monitor is the first OLED Gaming Monitor from LG to enter the market. Regarding the availability of the latest series of LG UltraGear monitors on the market, Riki Siauw, Head of Marketing and Sales IT Division at LG, stated that this device will become widely available in the early December range on the market.
“Making it easy for the public to experience the latest technologies that can be expected from a gaming monitor, the latest LG UltraGear series will also be available on various main online sales platforms,” he added.
Unfortunately, there is no information regarding the selling price of the LG UltraGear 48GQ900.
Introduced for the first time in the monitor class for professional needs, its use provides uniform image quality through the Angular Contrast Ratio or contrast ratio at the corner of the image and better color range. The increase in both is said to be up to forty times compared to the technology applied to the previous widescreen monitor.
The main strength of the LG UltraGear 48GQ900 series monitor is in the use of a 48-inch wide OLED panel for the screen. This makes it have all the advantages of OLED panels that were previously better known for use in TVs including picture quality with an infinite contrast ratio. Up to its ability to handle images with very fast changing dynamics with a response time of up to 0.1 millisecond and a refresh rate of 120Hz (O/C 138Hz).
In addition, the anti-reflective coating on this OLED monitor makes it able to provide the best visual experience even under high lighting or in spaces that tend to be darker.
For the interface layer, the LG UltraGear 48GQ900 monitor is fully supported by DisplayPort 1.4 and HDMI 2.1. Display Stream Compression technology reduces visual quality loss due to the compression process. Meanwhile, HDMI 2.1 with a bandwidth two and a half times greater than HDMI 2.0, makes it capable of transferring uncompressed files up to 4K 144Hz and 8K 30Hz. Transfer capability without color degradation and Variable Refresh Rate (VRR) technology on HDMI 2.1.
The audio satisfaction sector is an equal companion for picture quality. A pair of speakers, each with a power of 20 Watts, makes the listening experience on this monitor equivalent to that used on a 75-inch TV in general. With sound power this big, it allows users to enjoy cinematic audio quality without having to need additional sound amplifiers.
For gamers who prefer to use headphones, LG is preparing a different experience by adopting DTS HP:X technology which allows users to enjoy the nuances of 3D sound. Unlike most monitors which only support a 3-pole headphone jack, the LG UltraGear monitor is the first to support a 4-pole headphone jack, enabling the use of a microphone with a normal headset.
The existence of a remote control is an addition that makes using the LG UltraGear OLED monitor even more enjoyable. Specially designed to be placed side by side with the keyboard board, users can make various adjustments directly from this remote control. Starting from the loudness level, image quality, refresh rate to response time.
Regarding the availability of the latest series of LG UltraGear monitors on the market, Riki Siauw, Head of Marketing and Sales IT Division at LG, stated that this device will become widely available in the early December range on the market. Making it easy for the public to experience the latest technologies that can be expected from a gaming monitor, the latest LG UltraGear series will also be available on various major online sales platforms. Unfortunately, there is no information regarding the selling price of the LG UltraGear 48GQ900.