LG’s 32 inch OLED Monitor With 4K 240Hz/1080p 480Hz UltraGear Dual-Mode To Be Priced At $1399

LG’s highly anticipated UltraGear OLED gaming monitors with the innovative “Dual-Mode” feature are now available for purchase. Priced at $1399 US, the 32-inch model, known as the 32GS95UE, has made its official debut on LG’s website, signaling a promising future for the “Dual Mode” panels designed to cater to competitive eSports and high-fidelity gaming. While the 39-inch model is yet to be listed, LG’s commitment to advancing gaming monitor technology is evident.

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The LG UltraGear OLED 32GS95UE boasts a 32-inch UHD OLED panel with a rapid refresh rate and versatile resolution options. Dual Mode, in this context, allows users to seamlessly switch between different display settings. For those seeking top-notch content consumption, a 4K 240Hz configuration is available. Hardcore gamers, on the other hand, can opt for a 1080p 480Hz setting. This feature ensures users can enjoy optimal performance without the need for separate displays for distinct use cases.

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Additionally, the 32GS95UE monitor holds VESA DisplayHDR TrueBlack 400 certification and covers 98.5% of the DCI-P3 color gamut. Introducing the industry’s pioneering “Pixel Sound Technology,” it generates sound directly through the OLED display’s vibrating film element. This innovative approach aims to enhance the user experience by centralizing sound output, surpassing the conventional speaker placements found in traditional monitors.

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In terms of pricing, the LG UltraGear 32GS95UE OLED is currently available at $1,399 in the market. While this may seem relatively high compared to counterparts in its segment, the presence of the newer standard, Dual Mode, contributes to the current pricing inflation.

Source: LG