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At this E3 game show, LG quietly released the UltraGear Nano series of e- sports displays. Compared with the same type of products, this series is the world's first IPS gaming screen with a response speed of 1ms, and also supports up to 144Hz refresh rate and 98% DCI-P3 color gamut. More importantly, LG also added an RGB ambient light to the display, which interacts with the displayed game screen to give the player a more immersive gaming experience.

The LG UltraGear Nano series of e-sports displays are available in 27-inch and 38-inch versions, both with a screen ratio of 21:9 and a curved screen design, with the difference of the former resolution of 2560× 1440, compatible with NVIDIA G-SYNC and supports HDR10. The latter has a resolution of 3840×1600, built-in NVIDIA G-SYNC processor, certified by VESA DisplayHDR 400 and overclocked to 175Hz.

In addition to outstanding screen quality, the LG UltraGear Nano series of gaming displays also features a range of features optimized for the game. Features such as dark balance, self-contained crosshairs, and tear-proof screens allow players to make more precise operations in FPS games.

The two monitors will be available for sale in the North American market in early July, and LG has not yet announced their specific selling prices.


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