Best home entertainment from LG
LG is one of the biggest brands when it comes to electronics. Whether refrigerator, washing machine, smartphone or home theater – the South Korean company stands for elegance, performance and quality. Laptops, computer accessories and of course monitors are also part of their product range. Whether you want a large screen, speed or ergonomic variety, LG has a screen for every area that will deeply satisfy its users.
LG’s UltraGear series mainly caters to gamers who expect a brilliant picture and speed. However, users who primarily rely on a 4K resolution or expect a screen size of up to 49 inches of the UltraWide series will also get their money’s worth. Here you can find the best LG monitors at a glance.
LG produces monitors specifically tailored to gamers with their UltraGear series , which are primarily responsive and deliver good graphics. Therefore, a response time of 1ms is almost standard, as well as a high Hertz count and compatibility with FreeSync and G-Sync. The nearly bezel-less design also offers full-screen gaming fun without annoying borders.
The 27GN950-B offers a refresh rate of 144 Hz, as well as 4K resolution and a response time of 1ms. VRR, HDR, Picture-in-Picture and Local Dimming are also features that will please any gamer. Of course, LG also offers RGB lighting to make the gaming experience look better outside the monitor.
Variant: LG 27GN880 27GN880
LG 27UK650-WSharp images and a fast response time are offered by the UltraGear monitors
- Response time 1ms
- almost frameless design
- G-SYNC compatible
- no HDMI 2.1 port
LG also offers many monitors that have a 4K resolution and thus deliver brilliant sharpness and a high-resolution picture. Even at a size of 27 inches, this makes a big difference and plays into the hands of anyone who wants to see every detail accurately.
The 27UK650-W offers a color-intensive IPS panel, 60 Hz, and a 5ms response time, which is absolutely sufficient for most needs. The screen also offers FreeSync and G-Sync compatibility, as well as VRR and HDR, which even makes it interesting for gamers.
LG 49WL95C-WFor those who never have enough space there are the UltraWide monitors
- Ultrawide Display
- Sizes up to 49 inch
- Hardly suitable for gamers
The screen cannot be big enough for many activities, which is why LG also offers some ultrawide monitors. The widescreen monitors are available up to a size of 49 inches and offer enough space for various activities as well as multitasking.
The 49WL95C-W comes with a color-intensive IPS panel, and a UWQHD resolution with 5120 x 1440 pixels. Furthermore, the monitor offers 60 Hz, a response time of 5ms, as well as HDR and VSync. The curved design also brings the screen’s corners closer into the field of view, so you can still keep an eye on everything despite its immense size.
Variant: LG 38WN95C-W 38WN95C-W
LG C1The TV among monitors
- TV as monitor
- 4K resolution
- HDMI 2.1 connection
- OLED panel
- Non-adjustable stand
- Theoretical burn-in
- Poor performance in bright rooms
Anyone looking for a very good gaming TV knows that LG is usually the right choice. Because not only the Xbox Series X but also PCs run excellently on the current LG OLED C1, which is the successor of the popular CX.
In the 48-inch size, you can now also put the small giant on your desk and enjoy the OLED picture quality up close. Infinite contrast, perfect black and of course a wide viewing angle, which makes multiplayer games on one screen no problem.
In addition, the TV offers a low response time, 120Hz, as well as FreeSync and G-Sync support. With four HDMI 2.1 ports, there is no need for annoying plugging and you can experience 4K gaming @ 120Hz.