LG Display, a manufacturer that makes and sells displays to other companies, is showing off a new OLED display that may soon appear in high-end gaming monitors. At 27 inches, this 1440p panel combines a fast 0.03ms response time with a 480Hz refresh rate – making it the fastest OLED display yet.
LG's new display is better than the 32-inch “dual Hz” OLED gaming monitor (32GS95UE) it announced in December. While this display similarly offers a refresh rate of up to 480Hz, you have to switch the display to 1080p to take advantage of that speed.
It also puts LG Display on track to compete with the panel Recently announced Powered by Samsung's Display Arm, which offers a slightly lower refresh rate of 360Hz and a resolution of 1440p. Samsung has already approved a panel for its new 27-inch Odyssey OLED G6 gaming monitor, and it appears that MSI And Dale It may be used in upcoming screens as well.
LG Display says the panel comes with the company's “META technology,” The feature is supposed to To provide better brightness and wider viewing angles. The company also claims that it emits “the lowest level of blue light in the industry.” It's still too early to tell if any gaming company will adopt LG Display's new panel. LG Display plans to launch a 27-inch 480Hz OLED panel during the first half of this year and will showcase its “full lineup” of OLED gaming displays during CES 2024, ranging from 27 to 45 inches.
With two of the biggest display makers developing OLED panels that prioritize high refresh rates, it's a sign that we'll see more gaming monitors using this technology soon.
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