LG Show, a producer that makes and sells shows to different firms, is displaying off a brand new OLED show that might quickly seem in high-end gaming screens. At 27 inches, this 1440p panel pairs a speedy 0.03ms response time with a 480Hz refresh fee — making it the quickest in OLED shows thus far.
LG’s new display screen is even higher than the one within the 32-inch OLED “Dual-Hz” gaming monitor (32GS95UE) it introduced in December. Whereas this monitor equally provides a refresh fee of as much as 480Hz, you must toggle the show right down to 1080p to reap the benefits of that velocity.
It additionally places LG Show on monitor to compete with the panel recently announced by Samsung’s show arm, which provides a barely decrease 360Hz refresh fee and a 1440p decision. Samsung has already adopted the panel for its new 27-inch Odyssey OLED G6 gaming monitor, and it seems to be like MSI and Dell could also be utilizing it in forthcoming screens as nicely.
LG Show says the panel comes with the corporate’s “META Know-how,” a feature that’s supposed to supply higher brightness and wider viewing angles. The corporate additionally claims it emits the “lowest degree of blue gentle within the business.” It’s nonetheless too early to know whether or not any gaming firms will undertake LG Show’s new panel. LG Show plans on releasing its 27-inch OLED 480Hz panel in the course of the first half of this yr and can showcase “its full lineup” of OLED gaming shows throughout CES 2024, which vary from 27 to 45 inches.
With two of the largest show makers creating OLED panels that prioritize excessive refresh charges, it’s an indication we’re going to see much more gaming screens utilizing the expertise quickly.