LG Releases New UltraGear Gaming Monitors

UltraGear is LG’s e-sports monitor series, which covers a variety of sizes, panel materials, and refresh rates. LG recently launched a new UltraGear gaming monitor, model 25GR75FG, which is the designated monitor for the LEC (League of Legends EMEA Championship) and will be unveiled in this year’s LEC.

On the outside, the 25GR75FG continues the esports-style design. The front of the screen is designed with a three-sided narrow frame, the “UltraGear” logo is printed on the bottom, and the top of the back is designed with a luminous Logo. The screen size of 25GR75FG is 24.5 inches, using an IPS panel with a resolution of 1920×1080, covering 97% of the sRGB color gamut, a refresh rate of 360Hz, a GTG of 1ms, a contrast ratio of 1000:1, and a maximum brightness of 400nits, supports VESA DisplayHDR 400, and the surface is covered with anti-glare coating.

In terms of interfaces, 25GR75FG has two HDMI2.0 interfaces, one DP1.4 interface, one USB 3.0 upstream interface, two USB 3.0 downstream interfaces, and one DC power interface. The monitor is not equipped with speakers, and the power supply is designed externally.

The monitor supports Nvidia G-SYNC technology, which was released in October 2013. By matching the refresh rate of the display with the rendering frame rate of the graphics card, it can eliminate screen tearing, reduce stuttering and input lag, and experience the game screen more smoothly. 25GR75FG also supports Nvidia Reflex technology, which can provide lower latency and faster response speed, helping players react quickly and improve aiming accuracy.

The monitor is equipped with an adjustable stand, which supports 0-110mm height adjustment; -5°-15° pitch adjustment; -30°-30° rotation angle adjustment, and is also compatible with 100x100mm VESA wall-mounting specifications, which is convenient for users to replace the stand.

25GR75FG has been listed on LG’s official website, priced at $699.99.