LG is set to release a mid-range gaming monitor that is packed with exciting features. The Ultragear 27GR75Q-B has been spotted on LG's websites in Canada and China, featuring a 27-inch IPS panel with a resolution of 2560x1440 pixels and a matte anti-glare screen surface.
The WLED backlight offers a typical luminance of 300 cd/m² and can cover up to 99 percent of the sRGB color space. This new gaming monitor boasts a 165Hz refresh rate and Adaptive-Sync, which is compatible with AMD's Freesync Premium and Nvidia G-Sync. The monitor also has a gray-to-gray response time of 1 millisecond and 1 ms MPRT (Motion Picture Response Time). Additionally, it has an integrated strobe backlight to reduce motion blur and a built-in DAS (Dynamic Action Sync) mode to reduce input lag.
HDR10 support is also available, along with a static contrast ratio of 1000:1, a viewing angle of 178°/178°, and a color depth of 8 bits. While the monitor supports HDR10 content, it may not provide the same level of performance as a VESA DisplayHDR certified model.
The stand has a VESA mount (100 x 100 mm) that can be removed quickly, allowing for tilting, swiveling, and height adjustment. It also has one DisplayPort 1.4, two HDMI 2.0, and a 3.5 mm headphone jack for connectivity.
There is still no information available regarding the price and release date of the LG Ultragear 27GR75Q-B. However, it is expected to launch in the next few weeks or months. The specifications of the new model are comparable to those of the Ultragear 27GP83B-B, which is not currently available in Germany. Gaming monitors with similar specifications start at around $300.