The opportunity was too greedy and LG did not miss it: present in Italy the new Ultragear monitors dedicated to gamers at the Milan Games Week! Mission accomplished
The most important Italian event dedicated to video games, which took place in Milan from 5 to 7 October 2018 and is now in its eighth edition, has allowed visitors to experience the most interesting titles of the moment, this year on the new LG Ultragear monitors explicitly designed for gaming. There was in fact no better opportunity for the Italian presentation of these new monitors of the UltraGear line, launched worldwide at the IFA in Berlin.
Together with the already known 32” QUAD HD GK850G monitor, on which it was possible to play PES 2019 or move in the sci-fi universe of “Zone of the Enders: The 2nd Runner Mars”, the fans were able to experience the immersivity offered by the two new UltraGear products: the 34” PCs monitors 21:9 GAMING QUAD HD GK950G and GK950F.
The new UltraGear solutions are characterized by high visual quality and fast image refresh. The GK950G is a 34” curved monitor with an anti-glare UltraWide screen, aspect ratio of 21:9 and Quad HD resolution of 3440×1440 pixels, covering 98% of the DCI-P3 color space. It implements the Nano IPS technology, with LED backlighting based on particular nanoparticles to increase peak brightness and accuracy in color reproduction. All this is completed by a borderless design on all sides, suitable for connecting multiple displays. Among the gaming features, the nVIDIA G-SYNC technology and the 100 Hz refresh (with 120 Hz overclock), which eliminate the effects of tearing and stuttering, reducing input latency and offering a gaming experience fluid and without interruptions.
The GK950F model has similar characteristics, but is distinguished by the implementation of AMD Radeon FreeSync 2 technology and a faster refresh rate (144Hz), which allows you to view images on the screen without any delay. The game sessions are, in short, more natural, with a fluid vision even of the most dynamic and rapidly moving elements.
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