LG 27GL850 Review: Fast IPS for Gaming

m3tavision

TS Evangelist
Correct, nothing I said was about you.
I was speaking about myself & others. The people who have been waiting 20 years for a CRT alternative. The same people who have been gaming adnauseam on 27" for nearly 2 decades.

Odd... that we have 55" OLEDs TV's for $1600 and yet no 32" gaming monitors for $1600..? Does that boggle you..?


Yet we are suppose to get excited over a hashed out-go-nowhere technology in the LG 27". My expectation is for these companies need to have a Flagship Monitor. Not peddle in 27" nothing burgers. Nobody is keeping their brand new 27" for long, cuz oled inc.

I see nothing wrong with this LG 27", it is a good Monitor and and a decent buy, but we have not come far in 3+ years from the 34" LG that was 100Hz IPS.
 
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Skjorn

TS Maniac
Correct, nothing I said was about you.
I was speaking about myself & others. The people who have been waiting 20 years for a CRT alternative. The same people who have been gaming adnauseam on 27" for nearly 2 decades.

Odd... that we have 55" OLEDs TV's for $1600 and yet no 32" gaming monitors for $1600..? Does that boggle you..?


Yet we are suppose to get excited over a hashed out-go-nowhere technology in the LG 27". My expectation is for these companies need to have a Flagship Monitor. Not peddle in 27" nothing burgers. Nobody is keeping their brand new 27" for long, cuz oled inc.

I see nothing wrong with this LG 27", it is a good Monitor and and a decent buy, but we have not come far in 3+ years from the 34" LG that was 100Hz IPS.
Gd you're still going kn about screen sizes? It's a ratio m8. There's a reason screens don't just get bigger and bigger every year, the ratio doesn't change. No matter how much you brag nobody cares and neither does the ratio.

If you buy a bigger monitor you're FORCED to sit further away from your desk to fit within the ratio. It's not status or luxury. Jfc..
 

Ludak021

TS Member
@Skjorn

He is all about his wallet depth VS "losers". Kind of person to generally avoid. Especially if everything they say is true (rarely).