The LG 38GN950 UltrGear gaming monitor is released to market - specifications and price

28 May 2020, 16:52:47

The LG 38GN950 UltrGear gaming monitor is released to market - specifications and priceThe LG 38GN950 is finally released to market after it was announced at the end of December 2019 together with a other LG monitors from the UltraGear, UltraWide and UltraFine Ergo series. Moreover, the LG 38GN950 is probably the last one from the whole batch to be presented in detail.

The LG 38GN950 features a 37.5-inch Nano IPS display with a resolution of 3840 x 1600 pixels and 98% DCI-P3 color space coverage. The display offers a typical brightness of 450 cd/m² and a peak luminance of 600 cd/m² for DisplayHDR 600 certification. The monitor supports HDR10, 1 ms response time and 144 refresh rates that can reach 160Hz with overclock. The stand provides height and tilt adjustment and can be removed for VESA wall mounting (100 x 100 mm holes). The connectivity options of the model include two HDMI 2.0 inputs, DisplayPort 1.4, headphone jack, two USB Type-A 3.0 ports and a Type-B 3.0 upstream port.

The LG 38GN950 supports Adaptive-Sync, AMD FreeSync Premium Pro and is NVIDIA G-Sync Compatible. It arrives with a number of gaming features on board such as Black Stabilizer, Crosshair, Dynamic Action Sync, Game Mode, etc. For improved image, the monitor also has several features such as Wide Color Gamut, etc.

This gaming monitor from LG costs USD 1600 in the USA and GBP 1650 in the UK.

Related news

Some of the most current and important news, related to LG, UltraGear or 38GN950

Samsung reportedly will source large-size LCD TV panels from LG Display

Going on "industry sources", Yonhap news agency reports that Samsung negotiates with LG for purchasing LCD TV display panels. Samsung has already announced its decision to leave the LCD panel business and various reports have linked it to source LCD panels from various suppliers, including CSOT and AUO as well as Sharp, owned by Taiwan's Foxconn Group. If the deal happens, analysts expect that LG Display's supply...

13 July 2020

LG delays the start of its 10.5 Gen OLED plant in Paju indefinitely

LG Display has delayed the start of its 10.5 Gen (3370 x 2940 mm) OLED plant in Paju indefinitely. The information comes from sources within the company who spoke with the The Elec. The original plan was to launch production in 2022-2023 with a production rate of 30,000 substrates per month. This would have been increased to 45,000 substrates per month in the first half of 2023 but it has now been delayed to the...

8 July 2020

LG will restart OLED production in its Guangzhou plant later this month

Korean media report that LG plans on restarting its OLED plant in Guangzhou, China later this month, which has a monthly production rate of 60,000 sheets. However, re-starting production holds a risk of increasing losses due to the lower-than-expected demand for large-sized OLED panels monitored during the second quarter of the year. At the same time, nineteen companies have announced they will launch OLED TVs and...

5 July 2020

LG's investment in its Indonesia TV plants will be USD 348 million

The Indonesia Investment Coordination Board (BKPM) announced that LG Electronics will move the production line of the Gumi TV plant in South Korea to an Indonesian facility. The whole project will cost USD 378 million. LG has already announced its investment plans earlier in May. Two out of six production lines are moved to Indonesia and process automation such as assembly, quality inspection and packaging of local...

5 July 2020

LG LED Signage is globally launched

LG Electronics has launched its LG LED Signage (model name - LSAA). It eliminates the need to connect cables between LED panels, making installation easy, time- and money-saving. A single LG LED Signage panel is 600 mm wide, 337.5 mm high, and 44.9 mm thick. The separate panels can be esily connected as LEGO blocks making this solution suitable for various spaces. Moreover, the separate LED panels send and receive...

23 June 2020

The LG 34BN670 is a slightly improved LG 34WN650 with more ergonomic options

LG has released a new ultra-wide monitor dubbed LG 34BN670. It looks identical to the LG 34WN650 and has the same features. There are a few upgrades though. The new model offers 500 nits of brightness instead of 400 nits and most of all - the stand provides more ergonomic options - higher height adjustment, swivel, and tilt. All the rest seems to be the same - a 34-inch IPS display with 8-bit color support, QHD...

23 June 2020

LG's LED Cinema Display is launched for the first time in Taiwan

LG has launched its LED Cinema Display in Taiwan. "Showtime Cinemas" is a local cinema chain that is the first to use LG's LED Cinema Display. The company has created a LED viewing hall in Taichung City's Wenxin Branch. The theater has around 300 seats and provides the best theater environment with vivid image quality and realistic stereo sound. The LG LED Cinema Display supports 4K (4096 x 2160) resolution and is...

11 June 2020

LG 34WN650 is the latest addition to LG's UltraWide series of desktop monitors

The LG 34WN650 is the latest addition to LG's UltraWide series of desktop monitors. It features a 34-inch IPS display panel with an UltraWide FHD resolution - 2560 x 1080 pixels, 99% sRGB color space coverage and DisplayHDR 400 certification. The monitor offers 400 nits brightness, 1000:1 static contrast ratio, 5 ms GTG response time, and up to 75Hz refresh rate. It has a 3-sided Virtually Borderless Design and has...

29 May 2020

Bang & Olufsen announced the 88-inch 8K OLED Beovision Harmony TV

Bang & Olufsen announced a 88-inch 8K version of its Beovision Harmony TV. The TV's design follows that of the 4K Beovision Harmony introduced in 2019. The new model features a 2-meter wide 2020 8K LG OLED panel optimized for Bang & Olufsen. Processing power is based on LG's new α9 Gen 3 AI Processor - think of the LG OLED88ZX9LA / LG OLED88ZXPUA. In terms of audio, 88-inch 8K Beovision Harmony TV is equipped with a...

29 May 2020

The LG 27QN880 with Ergo Stand goes on sale - specifications and prices

The LG 27QN880 is the second monitor from the UltraFine Ergo series after the 32-inch LG 32UN880. The most noteworthy feature of these monitors is their Ergo Stand with a C-Clamp, which offers extreme ergonomic abilities. It can extend and retract when needed, swivel up to 280 degrees in either direction, pivot in either direction, tilt, and adjust the height up to 130 mm. The stand can be removed for VESA wall...

27 May 2020

LG's CX 4K OLED TV series goes on sale in Europe, the LG OLED48CX will be available from June

LG Electronics (LG) brings the unparalleled picture quality of LG OLED TV to all-new screen size - 48-inches - with a focus on customers who want a mid-size TV that best fits their living space, are looking for a second TV without compromising picture quality or need a quality display for serious gaming. With the 4K Ultra HD OLED 48CX, LG is addressing the growing demand for the ultimate viewing experience in more...

27 May 2020

LG Electronics increases the productivity of its TV plants across the world

LG Electronics will greatly expand its TV production capacity in the Indonesian Cibitung plant as early as this year and foster it as an Asian TV base production base. The Cibitung Factory, completed in 1995, produces TVs, monitors, and signage. Automated facilities are also greatly expanded in all processes such as assembly, quality inspection, and packaging to increase production capacity by 50%. This is why LG...

20 May 2020

The LG 27GK65S is the latest UltraGear gaming monitor from LG for the US market

The LG 27GK65S is the latest UltraGear gaming monitor from LG for the US market. The manufacturer does not specify any pricing yet but this should be done in the foreseeable future. LG 27GK65S specifications and features The LG UltraGear 27GK65S is built around a 27-inch IPS panel with an FHD resolution (1920 x 1080) and 400 nits typical brightness. It has a 2-side virtually borderless design and its stand offer...

15 May 2020

LG 27GN850 from the UltraGear series is launched

The LG UltraGear 27GN850 is the latest gaming monitor from LG's UltraGear series. Its specifications are almost identical to the ones of the LG UltraGear 27GL850 from a year ago but in terms of features - it has less. The new model has a 27-inch IPS display panel with a QHD resolution and 350 nits typical brightness. It supports HDR 10 and features HDR Effect. The display covers 98% of the DCI-P3 color space and...

8 May 2020

Specifications

Complete specifications of various desktop monitors and smart TVs, grouped according to their brand and year of announcement

AcerAOCAOpenAppleAsusBang & OlufsenBenQBOEContinental EdisonCooler MasterDellDenverEdenwoodEIZOEveFujitsuGamemaxGigabyteGrundigHaierHannspreeHisenseHitachiHKCHPHuaweiHyundaiIiyamaInsigniaJVCLeEcoLenovoLGLoeweMedionMetzMonopriceMotorolaMSINECNevirNixeusNokiaOK.OnePlusOzonePanasonicPhilipsPixioQNIXRazerRCASamsungSceptreSharpSkyworthSonyTCLTelefunkenTerraThomsonToshibaVestelVideoSevenViewSonicViotekVizioWasabi MangoXiaomiYashi