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The gaming monitors can be switched between 480 Hz FHD and 240 hertz of blue light on the go.

TechnologyThe gaming monitors can be switched between 480 Hz FHD and 240 hertz of blue light on the go.

The "UltraGear" gaming monitor lineup will include two new designs in 39" and 32" flavors.

When it comes to providing them with cutting-edge technologies, there's no one better than LG. The firm is going to make a dominant start with different entrants in its high-end UltraGear lineup, with the more exciting ones being the 32GS95UE and the 39GS95QE. According to reports, the 32" monitor will be the first one to feature a high refresh rate and high-resolution mode, which will allow users to vastly change their display output depending on their use. The image is of the LG.

At the time of media consumption, you can switch to the 4K resolution mode on the monitor, which also has a 480Hz refresh rate. It will be interesting to see how the idea turns out, as the aim is to provide a platform that targets every use case. The industry's first "Pixel Sound Technology", which is a mechanism to generate sound directly through the vibrating film element of theOLED display, will be included in the 32GS95UE. This would make the sound output more focused on the user, giving them a better experience compared to traditional speaker placement in monitors. The 39GS95QE is a 39-inch curved monitor with a WQHD (3440×1440) resolution. There will be two curved OLED monitors and a 27" design. We don't have any details about other products or prices of UltraGear gaming monitors at the moment.

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