LG recently launched
the 32UQ750-W monitor, which supports a 144Hz refresh rate and a number of game enhancement technologies, which can bring users a good gaming experience.
LG 32UQ750-W monitor uses a 31.5-inch VA panel with a resolution of 3840×2160, a display ratio of 16:9, a refresh rate of 144Hz, and a GTG response time of 4ms in fast mode. The maximum brightness is 400nit, the contrast ratio is 2500:1, the horizontal and vertical viewing angles are 178°, and the color gamut covers 90% of DCI-P3. The monitor is equipped with an adjustable stand, which can adjust the tilt angle of -5º-20º, adjust the rotation angle of 90º and adjust the height of 0-110mm, and supports 100x100mm VESA wall-mounted installation.
In terms of interfaces, LG
32UQ750-W provides a 3.5mm audio output interface, a DP interface, two HDMI2.1 interfaces, a USB Type-C interface, two USB Type-A interfaces, and a power hole. Among them, the Type-C interface supports video transmission and power supply output, with a maximum of 65W. Users can use a single USB-C cable to connect to the display. Additionally, the monitor is equipped with two 7W speakers.
The LG 32UQ750-W supports AMD FreeSync Premium technology, which was launched at CES 2020. Compared with the basic version of FreeSync, it can also reduce the occurrence of screen tearing when playing games. It also adds the LFC (Low Frame Rate Compensation) function. When the game refresh rate is lower than the monitor refresh rate, LFC will display the game screen more times to keep the refresh rate of the game consistent with the refresh rate of the monitor to provide the smoothest possible gaming experience. This monitor supports Dynamic Action Sync technology to reduce input delay and supports HDR10. Users can also adjust settings such as image preset mode, screen split, volume, and brightness through OnScreen Control software.
The monitor is currently on shelves, priced at $699.99.