LG 27GN800P-B 27" UltraGear FreeSync HDR10 IPS Open Box Gaming Monitor
Open Box 27" LG 27GN800P-B Gaming Monitor, IPS, 2560x1440, 1ms, 144Hz, FreeSync, 1000:1, HDMI/DP, G-SYNC Compatible
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Be the Game Changer
LG UltraGear™, supremely powerful gear, boosts your chances of victory.
Designed for Incredible Speed
With IPS 1ms comparable to TN Speed, providing the minimized afterimage and a fast response time, lets you to enjoy a whole new gaming performance.
Fluid Gaming Motion
An ultra-fast speed of 144Hz allows gamers to see the next frame quickly and makes image to appear smoothly. The gamers can response rapidly to opponents and aim at target easily.
Feel Actual Combat with True Colours
This monitor supports HDR10 with sRGB 99% (Typ.) enabling realistic visual immersion with rich colours and contrast. Regardless of the battlefield, it can help gamers to see dramatic colours the game developers intended.
G-SYNC® Compatible Validated by NVIDIA
27GN800P is a NVIDIA-tested and officially validated G-SYNC® Compatible monitor, minimizing screen tearing and stutter for a smooth and fast gaming experience.
Clearer, Smoother and Faster
With FreeSync™ Premium technology, gamers can experience seamless, fluid movement in hi-resolution and fast-paced games. It virtually minimizes screen tearing and stuttering.
Be Sleek, Chic and Immersive
Enhance your gaming experience with eye-catching design, and virtually borderless design. The base can be adjusted to change the tilt of the monitor to help you play game more comfortable.
React Faster to Opponents
Reduce input lag with Dynamic Action Sync so it helps gamers catch critical moments in real-time.
Attack First in Dark
Black Stabilizer helps gamers to avoid snipers hiding in the darkest places and quickly escape situations when the flash explodes.
Target point is fixed in the centre to enhance shooting accuracy.
• 27" IPS QHD (2560x1440).
• IPS Display with sRGB 99% (Typ.), HDR10.
• AMD FreeSync™ Premium, G-Sync Compatible.
• 144Hz Refresh Rate, 1ms (GtG) Response Time.
• 2x HDMI, 1x DisplayPort.
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- 24 months
- DOA Period:
- 28 days
- RTB Period:
- 1 months
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