LG 27GK750F-B 27 Inch UltraGear Full HD G-SYNC Compatible Gaming Monitor,Black
LG 27GK750F-B 27 Inch UltraGear Full HD G-SYNC Compatible Gaming Monitor,Black

$339.99

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Product Description

The 27GK750F-B UltraGear 27" 16:9 240 Hz FreeSync LCD Monitor from LG is a gaming-focused monitor built with many helpful hardware and software features to assist you on the battlefield. Specs-wise, it has a 1920 x 1080 resolution, a 400 cd/m² brightness rating, support for 16.7 million colors, and a fast 2 ms response time. With a 240 Hz refresh rate and AMD FreeSync technology, this display provides you with a seamless and fluid gaming experience. Connect it to your system via HDMI or DisplayPort and then tilt, swivel, pivot, and adjust its height to your viewing preference. Moreover, it has a built-in USB hub, which you can use to conveniently connect peripherals and quickly charge devices thanks to quick charging technology.

NVIDIA G-Sync Compatible

While this is an AMD FreeSync monitor, it's also NVIDIA G-Sync compatible by updating to the latest video drivers.

AMD FreeSync Technology

AMD FreeSync Technology syncs the display's refresh rate with your graphics card's frame rate output to reduce stuttering and screen tearing for a smoother gaming experience.

240 Hz Refresh Rate

A higher refresh rate makes images and content playback much smoother, ideal for all applications such as watching movies and playing games.

1 ms Motion Blur Reduction

The 1 ms Motion Blue Reduction reduces blurring and ghosting, allowing for more fluid content reproduction and precise reactions. Please note that the 1 ms Motion Blur Reduction option lowers luminance and cannot be used with FreeSync and DAS (Dynamic Action Sync).

Advanced Gaming Features

Dynamic Action Sync - Offers smoother gameplay with enhanced response times
Black Stabilizer - Optimizes dark scenes for clearer details
Crosshair - On-screen crosshair to help you with accuracy in FPS games

Custom Gaming Environment

Switch through six custom and optimized preset viewing modes based on your current application: Gamer 1, Gamer 2, FPS 1, FPS 2, RTS, and Reader.