Editor’s take: Hopefully, we will begin seeing OLED screens with smaller display sizes as properly quickly, as not everybody has sufficient house for a 48-inch show on their desk. The solely smaller choices proper now are LG’s 42-inch LG C2 TV and Alienware’s AW3423DW, which options an ultrawide side ratio.
LG has simply introduced a trio of gaming shows, together with their first OLED gaming monitor. The 48GQ900 is a 47.5-inch OLED show with a 4K decision that ships with a 120 Hz refresh charge however might be overclocked within the OSD as much as 138 Hz. It’s additionally marketed to function 0.1ms G2G response instances and is FreeSync and G-Sync suitable.
The monitor is nearly definitely sharing the identical panel LG’s been utilizing of their TVs for a couple of years now. The fundamental distinction, aside from the overclockable refresh charge, appears to be the connectivity. It includes a DisplayPort connector (one thing most TVs lack), three HDMI 2.1, two USB ports, and a 3.5mm headphone jack.
Also new from LG is the 32GQ950, a 31.5-inch 4K Nano IPS panel. Its refresh charge is overclockable as much as 160 Hz, and it’s VESA DisplayHDR 1000 licensed. Connectivity consists of 1 DisplayPort (no point out of what model), two HDMI 2.1, two USB ports, and a headphone jack.
The final monitor proven off right now is the 32GQ850. It’s a 31.5-inch show with a 2,560 x 1,440 Nano IPS panel that may be overclocked as much as 260 Hz. It’s additionally VESA DisplayHDR 600 and AdaptiveSync licensed, and connectivity is equivalent to the 32GQ950.
Unfortunately, LG did not announce pricing for these screens, however they’re going to be out there in Japan beginning this month with different international locations following after.