IF you’ve attended IFA you will know the massive halls in Messe Berlin are usually filled with the latest consumer goods of all kind. From European names to Japanese, Chinese and Korean brands home appliances are all the craze, but of late they have been inundated with telecommunication products which has slowly moved aside to now gaming hardware. Fresh releases coming to our inbox has been filled with gaming laptops,monitors and PC’s. LG a regular at IFA, made no qualms about its interest in the billion dollar eSport industry with releases on new gaming monitor, a field the company dominated a decade ago.
The LG Ultragear a follow up to its other ‘Ultra’ series its model 34GK950G comes featured with high picture quality thanks to its Nano IPS display technology which the company alleges to cover 98 percent of the DCI-P3 color space and can accurately recreate colours across over 135 percent of the sRGB color space. Equipped with industry standard NVIDIA G-Sync graphic processing technology built-in with Adaptive Sync the high refresh rate 120hz monitor is able to deliver smooth motion without tearing or stuttering.
Arriving with 21:9 wide ratio of the Ultragear gives gamers more clearance on viewability and the ultra-thin bezels means there’s more room on the screen to capture shots as intended by game developers. If you’re expecting to get your hands in this cool looking ‘Objet d art’ they is a slim chance they will arrive in Malaysia later in the year.