LG announced two 31.5" gaming monitors in Japan - the 32GK850F-B and 32GK650F-B

12 July 2018, 14:59:23

LG announced two 31.5" gaming monitors in Japan - the 32GK850F-B and 32GK650F-BLG announced two 31.5-inch gaming monitors in Japan - 32GK850F-B priced at JPY 60000 (USD 533) and 32GK650F-B priced at JPY 50000 (USD 445). Both models have QHD resolutions but the 32GK850F arrives with a refresh rate of up to 144Hz thanks to AMD's Radeon FreeSync 2 tech. This model is also HDR10 and Vesa Display HD 400 compatible. It also covers 95% of the DCI-P3 colour space. The 32GK650F supports AMD FreeSync. The two monitors arrive with flicker-free and blue light reduction techs, OSD plus a Dynamic Action Sync (DAS) mode that minimizes the time lag before displaying the video signal on the screen providing "1 ms Motion Blur Reduction" to reduce the afterimage feeling by black insertion, a black stabilizer that enhances the visibility of dark scenes, "Cross Hair" which makes targeting easier. The monitors have 1.2 mm thin top and side bezels. The total thickness of the top and sides with the frame is 9 mm. The lower frame measures 22.7 mm. The VA panel of 850F offers a 400 nits brightness and the one of the 650F provides 350 nits. The static contrast ratio of both monitors is specified as 3000:1. The two models have 2x HDMI ports, DisplayPort. The 850F sports three USB 3.0 ports, too.Source

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