Monitors are very important for gamers and designers. Because with a good monitor it can make us easier to see the situation in the game, such as the presence of enemies, objects, or just simply enjoy the beautiful scenery in a game.
As we know this time the competition of gaming monitors is very fierce, like MSI MAG273 which recently introduced Full HD Monitor, then uses IPS panel, then uses 144Hz refresh rate and HDR Ready.
This time LG likewise wouldn’t like to lose in their gaming Monitor segment, this time LG presented a monitor named the LG Ultragear 27GN750. This monitor has a size of 27 inches, which is claimed to be the specifications required for gamers. The partically borderless design makes this monitor ideal for multi-monitor settings.
This monitor from LG utilizes features that are quite high, utilizing 240Hz refresh rate, then support for HDR 10, and one of the uniqueness of this monitor is that it supports NVIDIA G-sync, and also AMD Freesync which is valuable for removing screen stuttering or screen tearing when playing video games. Not to forget, there is also Dynamic Action Sync innovation, which permits to minimize input lag.
For connectivity, this monitor has two HDMI ports and a DisplayPort. In addition to the video input, this monitor displays a USB hub which gives users two extra USB ports located on the rear of the monitor. This monitor also uses IPS Panel and 1ms Response Time, but unfortunately this monitor still uses Full HD or 1080p resolution, and not using 1440p or WQHD.
Another feature provided by LG on this monitor is, you can adjust the height the same as in other gaming monitors, and one of its uniqueness is that you can make this monitor vertical or you can rotate it up to 90 degrees. The price of this monitor listed on the official LG website is $ 399.99.