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LG Electronics UltraGear 27GN750-B 27 Inch Full HD 1ms and 240HZ Monitor with G-SYNC Compatibility and Tilt, Height and Pivot Adjustable Stand, Black

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27" Full HD IPS 1ms with 240Hz
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Refresh Rate 240 Hz
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Display Size 27 inches IPS Display
Special Feature Adjustable Stand

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  • 27” full HD (1920x1080) IPS display
  • 1ms response time and 240Hz refresh rate
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  • HDR 10 Compatible
  • 3-Side virtually borderless design
  • Tilt, Height, Pivot adjustable stand

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27GN750-B
LG 27GN750-B

Innovation Beyond Boundaries

See your way to victory with the innovative 27GN750 UltraGear gaming monitor, providing the most crisp visuals and the sharpest clarity. You can experience breath-taking immersion on a IPS display with a 1ms response time.

Adaptive-Sync (FreeSync Premium)

Adaptive-Sync (FreeSync Premium)

With Adaptive-Sync (FreeSync Premium) technology, gamers can experience seamless, fluid movement in hi-resolution and fast-paced games. It virtually eliminates screen tearing and stuttering.

dynamic action sync

Dynamic Action Sync Presents Action as it Happens

Get the closest thing to real-time gaming. Dynamic Action Sync elevates your gameplay for a pro-level experience. Respond to action, opponents and every moment with minimized input lag and unbelievable performance.

black stabilizer

See Detail in the Darkness with Black Stabilizer

Your gameplay is never in the dark. Black Stabilizer is your ally to attack or defend against enemies hiding in the shadows. It delivers a pro-level gaming experience for enhanced vision and a jump on the competition.

crosshair

Crosshair Feature Brings an Accuracy Advantage

Accuracy is at the center of your gameplay with the Crosshair feature. Center-display crosshairs give enhanced vision and pro-level precision for increased accuracy in first-person shooter games.

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Stylish and Ergonomic Design

Complete Your Battlestation

Jump into your favorite games without the distraction of unsightly borders. With an ultra-thin 3-side bezel that unites form and function. Enjoy more comfortable viewing with versatile screen tilt, height and pivot adjustments.

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Display Resolution Maximum 1920 x 1080 pixels 1920 x 1080 pixels 2560 x 1440 pixels 1920 x 1080 1920 x 1080 pixels 2560 x 1440 pixels
Screen Size 27 inches 25 inches 27 inches 24.5 inches 27 inches 27 inches
Display Type IPS Display LED LED LED LED LED
Item Dimensions 24.2 x 22.7 x 10.8 inches 20.71 x 21.9 x 9.92 inches 24.2 x 10.8 x 22.6 inches 22.17 x 14.02 x 8.31 inches 23.95 x 3.79 x 19.42 inches 24.2 x 8.9 x 17.9 inches
Item Weight 13.01 lbs 7.81 lbs 14.11 lbs 11.24 lbs 12.34 lbs 13.23 lbs
Mounting Type Wall Mount Wall Mount Wall Mount Wall Mount
Refresh Rate 240 hertz 240 hertz 144 hertz 280 hertz 144 hertz 144 hertz

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Style:27" Full HD IPS 1ms with 240Hz

Even if you're not a pro gamer, you'll feel like one with LG's 27" Ultra Gear monitor. A super-fast IPS 1ms and 240Hz gaming monitor. Cutting-edge tech gives you the edge with features like NVIDIA G-SYNC compatibility, lightning-fast response times, multiple gamer modes and Full HD resolution. Virtually no tearing or stuttering. Less latency.

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Reviewed in the United States on August 10, 2019
Style: 27" QHD Nano IPS 1ms with 144HzVerified Purchase
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5.0 out of 5 stars LG Delivers Much Needed Quality Control to the Realm of 144 Hz, 2560x1440, IPS-type Displays
By redone13 on August 10, 2019
I write this review as the former owner of 3 Asus PG279Qs and one PG279QZ. I was drawn to this realm of the monitor market because I do not believe that 4K displays are worth it at this particular point in time. As far as I see it, the majority are a compromise as the bandwidth requirements for running 4:4:4 chroma subsampling, an extended color gamut, a refresh rate of 144 Hz and beyond, and a resolution of 3840x2160 all at the same time will be much better served by DP 1.5 or HDMI 2.1 (proper HDR wouldn't hurt either). Although it could be argued that achieving 144 frames at 1440p is more resource intensive than 60 frames at 2160p, I believe the experience to be the most immersive, at least until 144+ frames becomes viable at 4K. Unfortunately, based on the price to performance ratio trend of the current generation of graphics cards (Nvidia’s in specific), it is going to be a long, long time until that is achievable at a reasonable price. All things aside, I can state with confidence that I’ve found my sweet spot for monitors in the form of LG’s 27GL850. It has addressed all of the quality control concerns that I’ve experienced throughout my quest of trying to obtain a high refresh rate, 1440p IPS-type display. Seeing as this is an LG product, the monitor can rightfully be referred to as having an IPS (In-Plane Switching) panel as this is their proprietary term for the technology that produces the wider color gamut and viewing angles.

I did not buy this display because I am a hardcore gamer; I bought it because I wanted a quality monitor with good color reproduction, a uniform panel, and good response time. My purchase was based solely on the off chance of LG producing a monitor where quality control wasn’t an after-thought. Now that it has finally arrived, I am proud to report that this monitor delivers. The display has zero backlight bleed and excellent uniformity, contrast, and response time. White uniformity is even across the entirety of the screen while the factory calibrated colors appear accurate even next to my calibrated Dell. Outside of sRGB mode, the colors do come off as over-saturated, although some may prefer the added vibrancy of the Nano IPS technology (I did not). Black levels are on par with most other IPS-type displays that I’ve used despite the specified measurement coming in at a somewhat lower figure than similar displays. As for response time, it seems universally accepted by the monitor community that the fast setting is adequate in preventing overshoot. The faster and fastest settings produce undesirable artifacts known as coronas. Despite this monitor not having variable overdrive, I have had no perceivable issues when it comes to gaming as I do tend to binge on CS:GO from time to time.

If I had to nit-pick, and I do because this is a review where transparency informs prospective buyers, I will say that the strength of the presence of IPS glow on my display falls on the moderate end of the spectrum. This could be due to the fact the panel is 27 inches, which is a decent amount of real estate for this phenomenon to occur. It is also important to keep in mind that this is something that varies on a per panel basis. Without a doubt, it is a consequence of choosing to utilize an IPS panel for one’s computing purposes. Regardless, it is nothing unexpected or anything that cannot be addressed by adjusting the brightness level as well as the viewing distance, height, and angle. Besides simply turning down the brightness, placing the monitor further away is one way to remedy the matter. Another way to minimize the glow is to position the screen in such a way that one’s gaze meets the center of the screen as IPS-type displays fare better when the height of the top bezel is of equal height or greater in relation to one’s eyes. A final tip is to manipulate the screen’s tilt angle as oftentimes angling it upwards reduces glow.

By applying these adjustments, I can easily say that this is overall the best monitor that I’ve used to date. I will not sit here and bash Asus’ most recent iteration of their high refresh rate, 1440p IPS-type display, the PG279QZ, as one can refer to the top review of the PG279QZ to see what types of problems plague those monitors. What I will say is that it’s a breath of fresh air to see that quality control still exists in consumer-grade monitors. Realistically, no manufacturing process is going to produce near perfect monitors all of the time; however, this purchase has instilled confidence in me when it comes to the LG brand. I imagine that this model will provide all disillusioned monitor buyers a glimmer of hope when it comes to having a fighting chance at obtaining a quality monitor in this realm of the market.

***As per a request in the comments, I've attached pictures of the monitor at brightness of zero, 50%, and 100%. I also managed to track down another monitor from Micro Center, so I posted the same array of shots for this sample too. The results were very similar; however, a small circular area of bleed does exist in the top left corner. It is somewhat noticeable on a black screen unless I increase the height of the stand. To identify the pictures of the second monitor, please see the pictures without the headphones in them. Despite trying several approaches and platforms, the photo uploader refuses to retain the sequence in which I had originally ordered them).***
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Jerry J.
4.0 out of 5 stars One of the Best 1440p 144Hz Monitors on the Market! Worth the Price. So close to perfect...
Reviewed in India on August 22, 2020
Style: 27" QHD Nano IPS 1ms with 144HzVerified Purchase
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Nicolas B.
5.0 out of 5 stars Amazing Picture Quality
Reviewed in Canada on August 14, 2019
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Tom Watt
4.0 out of 5 stars Great Monitor, Garbage Display Port Cable (DO NOT USE)
Reviewed in Canada on November 29, 2019
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Am133t
5.0 out of 5 stars Amazing 1440p monitor with 144hz display
Reviewed in India on June 18, 2020
Style: 27" QHD Nano IPS 1ms with 144HzVerified Purchase
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5.0 out of 5 stars Amazing 1440p monitor with 144hz display
Reviewed in India on June 18, 2020
G-sync compatible
The response time is outstanding
Low input lag
sturdy stand
outstanding color accuracy
has good reflection handling
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5.0 out of 5 stars Great for gamers looking for better pic quality than TN panel with nearly same performance.
Reviewed in Canada on November 6, 2019
Style: 27" QHD Nano IPS 1ms with 144HzVerified Purchase
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5.0 out of 5 stars Great for gamers looking for better pic quality than TN panel with nearly same performance.
Reviewed in Canada on November 6, 2019
Gorgeous picture quality while still retaining snappy response times. For a primarly MMORPG player, there is no better monitor in this price category. 1440p gives you a large overview of the scenery/battle area, while the IPS keeps that scenery looking gorgeous instead of washed out. Meanwhile the response times are still good enough for most FPS gamers, and the 144 HZ refresh rate is also good enough for most gamers as well (hugely noticeable difference from 60fps). My only caveat is, now that I've gone from 60-144 HZ, I'm thinking if I one day change monitor in future, I think 240 HZ might very well be worth it. However, I enjoy my picture quality too much to switch to an TN panel just yet. Regarding choosing a 1440p monitor over a 1080p monitor, keep in mind that older graphics cards may struggle to give high FPS on a beefy 1440p monitor. However, the latest generation models (2060-2080, or 1070-1080 NVIDIA cards) should have no problems running 100+ fps on most games in high or ultra high graphics for this monitor.

The stand is quite nice to use. Super adjustable. Looks decent. Does what it needs to do lol.

You've probably been asking yourself for days, TN or IPS panel? And probably you just can't make up your mind. And after doing a lot of my own research, I finally crystalized my thinking on it, and perhaps what I concluded can help you too.

Your choice will depend on the type of gaming you prefer. If you are a *primarily* FPS-gamer, I'd stay with mid to upper-range TN panels for now. Sure, the colors will be a little more washed out, but those super-low response times and input lag combined with 240HZ (or better) will be what you want. However, if you play a mix of FPS and adventure/mmorpg/other games, and/or you want to watch videos/pictures/etc and have them look amazing, this particular IPS panel is fantastic. The colors are undeniably better than TN panel with the performance coming startlingly close to that of a TN panel---perhaps close enough that only a professional FPS player might be able to tell the difference. And finally, if you don't play FPS at all, then this monitor is also suitable, though perhaps even more than what you need. (As a non-gamer, you might consider VGA for the most true-to-life color representations, though the response times/input lag make them not really that suitable for gaming).

Hope that helps.

Do recommend this monitor, though not to those on a budget. But I consider it worth the money I spent. If you are on the fence, try shopping for it around Black Friday/Cyber Monday and see if you can snap up a deal!

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