The Korean manufacturer LG has officially revealed a small OLED panel for gamers. For the most part, gamers were unable to get our hands on high-speed OLED gaming monitors until they got their hands on a 15.6-inch, 240-hertz MSI Stealth laptop. However, such a screen is too tiny for PC gamers, who nowadays prefer 27 to 32-inch displays.
The LG 27GR95QE-B UltaGear OLED Gaming monitor has a rapid refresh rate of 240 hertz and a large 27-inch display. It has a 2560 x 1440 resolution display, which translates to a pixel density of 110.8 pixels per inch density, which should be more than adequate for a screen of this size. Naturally, many gamers would like 4K and 32-inch displays, but LG does not currently provide such a model. This new 27-inch OLED screen is HDR10-certified and is compatible with AMD FreeSync Premium and NVIDIA G-Sync.
LG has not confirmed the power consumption of this monitor while loaded, but it should not exceed 0.5W when idle. The version of the supporting HDMI and DisplayPort connections must also be checked. This display includes two HDMI ports and one DisplayPort port. The latest UltraGear series of displays, including this one, are all expected to support HDMI 2.1 and DP 1.4a.