LG 32GQ850 monitor price diving

In June this year, the 32GQ850 monitor announced by LG at the Taipei Computer Show was first listed in China, priced at 7,999 yuan. After more than two months, the price of this monitor has plunged, and it is now priced at 4,999 yuan.

This monitor is equipped with a 32-inch IPS panel (Nano IPS with ATW), 2560 x 1440 resolution, 240Hz refresh rate, overclockable 260Hz, 10bit color depth, DCI-P3 90% (CIE1976), 1ms Grayscale response time. This monitor is VESA DisplayHDR 600 certified and appears to be the first monitor to be VESA Certified AdaptiveSync.

According to the official introduction, the Nano IPS screen with ATW (Advanced True Wide Polarizer) enhances the contrast and color performance of the display, helping to enhance your gaming experience. ATW is a high-quality monitor for medical and professional use, with superior angular contrast (up to 11x) and color coverage (up to 52x) compared to monitors without ATW.

Officials pointed out that to achieve a variable refresh rate (VRR) of 240Hz (O/C 260Hz), a connection device that supports HDMI 2.1 and an HDMI2.1 cable are required. In addition, this monitor connects to a headset that supports 4-pole jacks for in-game voice chat, and with DTS:X headsets, you can get a more immersive gaming experience with virtual 3D sound effects.

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