The Korean company's new screen offers an extremely high refresh rate of 240 Hz and support forFreeSync, In a sane price tag
A bit of refresh in the 240 display, which enables the display of 240 frames per second, is the maximum available on the market today, with a limited number of companies with this capability in their arsenal, led by Asus, BenQ and AOC. Now it seems that LG can be added to this list, which plans to soon launch the model that meets the user-friendly name 27GK750F-B.
While most of the 240 Hz screens launched so far have been based on a panel of AU Optronics diagonal size of 24.5-inch,LG Launching their new gaming screen with an improved 27 inch diagonal panel TN (it is not clear whether this is also an AUO panel, or a whole new panel of LG Itself), which we have seen so far only one more screen from a company Acer.
LG's screen offers 1080p resolution, like all other models capable of supporting the most agile refresh rate, with a low average response time of 2 milliseconds and dedicated mode support which reduces it to a single millisecond level in order to minimize a "smear" phenomenon in a moving or changing display very quickly. Average brightness of 400 nits, 72 percent coverage of all colors in the NTSC standard, signal sampling and display in the 8-bit method (i.e. without any practical ability to declare HDR support) and also support FreeSync technology of AMD To display a vertical refresh synchronization image without sacrificing performance.
The 27GK750F offers a pair of modern and fully integrated HDMI 2.0 inputs DisplayPort Full size 1.2, pair connections USB 3.0 with fast charging support, an audio output to work with the computer to be connected to the screen, and good ergonomic capabilities that include two-axis tilt, pivot rotation in 90 degrees, and height adjustment.
The recommended price of the model will be $ 550, making it at least $ 100 cheaper than the current market price of the corresponding Acer Predator model in terms of dimensions and refresh rate - although it is worth noting that the competitor offers support for G-Sync technology of NVIDIA Which is known as the higher cost compared to FreeSync thanAMD (Due to the need for dedicated hardware and the payment of royalties for its use). Either way, we certainly welcome the addition of another competitor to this domain, and wonder when we will be able to see 240 Hertz screens which are also based on higher-quality panels in VA technology.