Three new LG monitors of the larger and very large variety for gamers are approaching their market launch. The 32GQ950 and 32GQ850 use a 32-inch IPS panel with ATW filter. The 48GQ900 uses a 48-inch OLED panel.
The UltraGear series monitors have now been presented in more detail in Japan, as they are expected to be available there this month. The rest of the world including Europe will follow. LG had previously announced the 32GQ950 and 48GQ900 for the second half of the year. The DisplaySpecifications website has now summarized the basic key data.
32GQ950 and 32GQ850
The two 32-inch models use an IPS panel that is combined with a so-called ATW filter (Advanced True White IPS), which reduces the typical IPS glow (IPS glow) when viewed from an angle with dark image content and thus for a better viewing angle stability of the colors.
The better equipped 32GQ950 delivers 4K Ultra HD with 3,840 × 2,160 pixels and a refresh rate of up to 160 Hz when overclocked via DisplayPort 1.4 with DSC. It also has two HDMI 2.1 for 4K UHD with 120 Hz in connection with compatible game consoles of the latest generation, whereby the HDMI feature Variable Refresh Rate (VRR) is also supported.