World's First 27-inch OLED Gaming Monitor with 240Hz is HERE!
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World's First 27-inch OLED Gaming Monitor with 240Hz is HERE!
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World's First 27-inch OLED Gaming Monitor with 240Hz is HERE!
LG has listed a 27-inch Ultragear OLED gaming monitor with a 240Hz refresh rate, priced at $999:

Resolution of the LG 27GR95QE is QHD (2560×1440) with a 16:9 aspect ratio.

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  1. The Brightness is showing now on the site as only 200 nits in SDR "Brightness 200 cd/m² (@SDR 25% APL)" Have not clue what "SDR 25% APL" means
    Also power draw is insane for such a small monitor that has no backlight.
    Power Consumption (Typ.) 74W
    Power Consumption (Max.) 94W

  2. @HDTVTest I am always wondering why manufacturers seem to treat 32“ 4k with such low priority. Is there any explanation? Is it related to the production process, which probably is focussed on TVs. Is it much easier to manufacture 27“ 1440p or 4k panels as a side product of producing TV panels? Or do they think 32“ is a small market. I really don‘t understand this as with the power the 30 and 40 series cards have (and the performance of the 40 series is no suprise and one could have seen this coming a year ago) 4k should be the default resolution nowadays and 32“ is just the right size as 27“ is just too small for 4k.
    Would be great if you made some videos why they all rather focus on either larger sizes like 42“ or smaller like 27“ (and all these 34“ QD-OLEDs are basically 27“ ultra wide screen monitors too). I wouldn‘t mind a 5120×2160 40“ ultra wide screen either, but we don‘t even get 32“ 4k OLED (besides the few super-expensive non gaming ones with 60 Hz).

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