LG 27" Ultra HD FreeSync 4K HDR IPS Gaming Monitor
27" LG 27UL600-W 4K HDR Gaming Monitor, IPS, 3840x2160, 60Hz, 5ms, 4K HDR, FreeSync, 1000:1, 350cd/m², HDMI/DP
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LG 27" Ultra HD 4K FreeSync HDR Gaming Monitor
The Era of UHD 4K HDR Is Now Enjoy flawless visuals and all the true vibrancy of colour with 27" LG UHD 4K HDR Gaming Monitor. Content creators working on HDR content will appreciate its capability to reproduce brightness and contrast for previews and editing. OnScreen Control is simple and intuitive. You can customize your display options with a few simple clicks.
Clearer and Brighter HDR
VESA DisplayHDR™ 400 The monitor supports VESA DisplayHDR™ 400 with wide-range brightness and contrast, enabling dramatic visual immersion in the latest HDR games, movies and images.
Crystal-Clear, Smoother Image
Radeon FreeSync™ With Radeon FreeSync™ Technology, you can experience seamless, fluid movement during hi-res, fast-paced games. It virtually eliminates screen tearing and stuttering.
HDR Effect to SDR Content
HDR EFFECT LG UHD 4K HDR Monitor can transform standard content into HDR-quality video right on the screen. Using a picture quality algorithm, it improves tone mapping and luminance of SDR content for an HDR-like experience.
True Colours and Wider View
IPS with sRGB 99% (Typ.) LG IPS display has extraordinary colour accuracy, covering 99% of the sRGB colour spectrum. It also has a wider viewing angle, so it's even easier to enjoy true colour visuals.
Customized Display for Any Game
Get the most of gaming with Game Mode. Choose Gamer, FPS, or RTS mode, and customise your experience by adjusting and optimizing the settings based on the game.
Enemies Have Nowhere to Hide
Black Stabilizer Black Stabilizer gives you full visual clarity, even in games where you spend a lot of time in the dark. It synchronizes and brightens the darkest areas, so that you can find enemies hiding in the shadows and shoot first.
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