The new LG gaming monitor boasts a 27-inch OLED borderless display with support for HDR10 and runs at a 240Hz refresh rate with a response rate of just .03 milliseconds Gray-to-Gray. A high monitor refresh rate smooths out framerates and can make games feel more responsive. While many modern gaming monitors typically boast a 144Hz or 165Hz refresh rate, LG significantly increases this with the new displays, which may have an effect on frame-perfect actions made in games. The monitor also boasts QHD with 2,560 x 1,440 resolution with anti-glare and low reflection technology.
In addition to the interior components, there is also a Hextech-inspired design for the device’s exterior, with metal elements woven in and LED lighting highlighting the detailing in the display’s back and on the front of the display’s stand. The settings and options for the device utilize a special “League of Legends” interface, with options catered toward gamers.
Like many gaming monitors, the ability to adjust the height of the display is possible, along with the ability to tilt, swivel, and pivot the screen. The LG UltraGear OLED gaming monitor model 27GR95QL is available on LG’s website but is only available to purchase in select locations, including the U.K., France, Spain, Sweden, Italy, Saudia Arabia, and South Korea. While it’s possible that this monitor might be expensive compared to similar displays — as it is a limited edition — LG has not officially announced the monitor’s price yet.