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The new LG 32GK850G and 27GK750F gaming monitors are now available

By Ng Chong Seng - on 17 Mar 2018, 9:55am

LG introduces new GK series gaming monitors with high refresh rates at IFA 2017

LG 27GK750 and 32GK850 gaming monitors. (Image source: LG.)

Update, March 14, 2018: Added local pricing.

LG has announced that the 32GK850G and 27GK750F monitors will be available in Singapore from March 15, priced S$1,399 and S$899 respectively. Additionally, they come with freebies if you were to buy them at IT Show 2018.


Originally published on Aug 23, 2017:

LG has introduced two GK gaming series monitors at IFA 2017: the 32-inch GK850G and 27-inch GK750F.

First up, the 32GK850G is a QHD (2,560 x 1,440 pixels) monitor with 350 nits brightness. It supports NVIDIA’s G-Sync tech to reduce stutterings and screen tearings during fast gameplay, and features a 144Hz panel that’s overclockable to 165Hz. Other gaming features include Black Stabilizer for enhanced contrast during dark scenes, and Dynamic Action Sync that minimizes input lag.

The 32-inch monitor also has something called Sphere Lighting, which basically puts LEDs behind the monitor to create a soft ambience lighting. LG also touts a one-click stand that can be set up without the use of any screws or tools.

On the other hand, the smaller 27GK750F has a faster 240Hz panel, and features LG’s 1ms Motion Blur Reduction tech. Instead of G-Sync, this gaming monitor supports AMD’s FreeSync tech for low-latency gameplay. Like the 32GK850G, it features Black Stabilizer, Dynamic Action Sync, and Crosshair (which places a target in the center of the monitor in order to enhance accuracy in FPS games).

If you prefer an ultra-wide monitor, LG is also showcasing the 34UC89G. First introduced in June, this US$999 34-inch gaming monitor features a 2,560 x 1,080-pixel panel (21:9 aspect ratio), a 144Hz refresh rate (overclockable to 166Hz), and support for NVIDIA G-Sync. It’s the successor to the current AMD FreeSync-capable 34UC79G.

LG 34UC89G.

Source: LG.

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