LG and MSI prepare new curved monitors for “gaming”

LG and MSI They are already warming up engines for the CES 2023 to be held early next year in the American city of Las Vegas. To do this, and surely among other things, they have begun to show two models of OLED monitors, one for each company, with which they intend to reinforce or win in a highly competitive field such as the gaming.

As far as LG’s monitor model is concerned, this is the UltraGear OLED Curved Gaming Monitor WQHD. The screen size is 45 inches, it supports a resolution of 3,440×1,440 pixels with an aspect ratio of 21:9 and a refresh rate of 240Hz. Its curvature is 800R.

LG UltraGear OLED Curved Gaming Monitor WQHD

Other features of LG’s UltraGear OLED Curved Gaming Monitor WQHD is its viewing angle is 178 degrees and as connections it includes two HDMI, a DisplayPort, support of 98.5% of the DCI-P3 color spectrum, a GTG response time of 0.03ms, an approximate weight of 8.6 kilograms, in addition to having support for AMD FreeSync and G-SYNC. With a price of 1,999.99 euros, the opening of the reservations is expected to take place on December 12, 2022 and shipments would begin to be made from December 28, 2022.

Secondly, M: YES has begun to display what it has advertised as the first monitor gaming ultra-panoramic and curved of the worldwhich has the name Project 491C. It is a screen with a 49-inch QD-OLED panel that operates at a frequency of 240Hz. For now, there are no more details about the peripheral, but MSI itself has already stated through its official Twitter account that there will be more at CES 2023.

Seeing the profile that each of the monitors spends, it is clear that they will not be cheap, which can be verified with LG’s UltraGear OLED Curved Gaming Monitor WQHD. As for Project 491C, we’ll see what it turns out to be in the end, but knowing that MSI proceeds, it most likely will not disappoint.

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