LG is introducing new UltraGear series devices at CES 2024 (January 9-13). The 32GS95UE is also part of the gaming monitor lineup, which is largely based on the now proven OLED technology. According to the manufacturer, this monitor is the first gaming display that can switch between two native resolutions and refresh rates.
LG: 2 resolutions for gaming monitor
According to LG, this means: Users can switch the 32-inch display between two resolutions with the touch of a button. The 32GS95UE should be able to display FullHD (1920 x 1080 pixels) at 480Hz or 4K (3840 x 2160 pixels) at 240Hz. This is especially interesting for players with a wide range of use: in fast-paced and competitive shooters, frames per second (FPS) and higher refresh rates can be more important than high resolution. The latter is particularly useful for single-player experiences and more cinematic games.
LG also states that the OLED display has a response time of 0.03 ms (GtG). This aims to reduce motion blur and ensure a clear image. LG also promises full sound directly through the screen. Using a technology called “Pixel Sound,” LG’s gaming monitor is supposed to be able to generate 3D sound. For this purpose, the manufacturer has integrated an audio system with two speakers – and hidden it directly behind the OLED screen. DTS: Virtual
More displays from LG at CES 2024
In addition to the 32-inch model, LG is also introducing other UltraGear series gaming monitors at CES 2024. A 34- and 39-inch curved monitor with QHD (3440 x 1440 pixels) resolution will be offered, which aims to provide more immersion with an 800R radius. The series is rounded out with a large 45-inch display and a smaller 27-inch version.
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