The LG 34GN850 is the company's latest 34" 3440 x 1440 ultrawide display and the successor to the best performing ultrawide we tested a few years back. The 34GN850 iterates on that winning formula with notable improvements, including their latest 1ms Nano IPS tech.
The LG 27GN750 is a very compelling product, using the same 1ms-class IPS technology we've tested before but bringing to a new 27-inch 1080p 240Hz panel. This gives us another option in the high-end 1080p monitor market and one that, thanks to IPS, could be a really convincing buy.
For 2020 we've decided to take a different route for recommending gaming monitors. With such a vast array of options, we've recognized a few segments that deserve our full attention. Today's guide will cover exclusively 1440p gaming monitors which is perhaps the most mainstream and popular category.
The LG 38GL950G is the best ultrawide monitor on the market right now. Essentially it takes every feature we got with previous flagship ultrawide displays, and takes it up a notch. The resolution and panel are physically bigger, up to 3840 x 1600, offering a more immersive experience and better for productivity work.
LG unveils the 32-inch 4K UltraFine Ergo and 38-inch Curved UltraWide alongside three new gaming monitors
The LG 27GL850 is currently one of the most popular and hotly requested gaming monitors in the market, but what makes it so special? It is the first IPS monitor that claims to hit TN-level response times. Combine that with a 27-inch panel size, 2560 x 1440 resolution and 144 Hz refresh rate with adaptive sync, it's positioned as the perfect monitor for gaming.