The Ultragear 48GQ900 is LG’s first OLED gaming monitor, and it comes with amazing specifications. At 48-inch, this monitor towers as a beast to other gaming monitors out there. How does this large screen monitor stack up against the competition? Let’s take a look at the specifications of the Ultragear 48GQ900.
LG UltraGear 48GQ900 specifications and features
For certain people, 48-inch is just too much for a monitor display, but that size is a gamers delight. At that size, one might worry about the eye health of those using the monitor, but there is little need to worry. This massive screen device comes with Anti-glare & low reflection technology to help protect the eyes from excess light. Here are the basic specifications:
- Screen: 48-inch 4K OLED screen with 120Hz-138Hz refresh rate and 0.1ms response time.
- Processor: Connects to an external source for processing power, but it supports AMD FreeSync Premium and is Nvidia G-Sync (for a better gaming experience).
- Battery: 175W battery with 100-240V power input.
- Software: Screen control, users get to pick the operating system of their choice.
The display of this gaming monitor is rich, it supports Display HDR 10, reading mode, colour calibration mode, and RGB LED hexagon lighting. The display is adjustable, it can be tilted, made higher or lower from the surface it’s resting on. It comes with all necessary ports for connecting to various gaming peripherals. The audio quality on this monitor offers an immersive virtual 3D sound experience through a 20W stereo speaker.
LG UltraGear 48GQ900 possible pricing
The pricing of this device remains unclear, but we know that it’d first be available to the Chinese region. Certainly, it’d retail at a high price to complement its specifications and features. This monitor is in direct competition with the Alienware QD-OLED monitor which retails at 8700 yuan, the LG UltraGear 48GQ900 may also have a similar price.