Thursday, June 4th 2020

LG Debuts New QHD "Ergo" IPS Monitor

LG Electronics USA announced that the 27-inch QHD "Ergo" IPS monitor (model 27QN880-B) is now available as an online exclusive with an SRP of $449.99 through the end of June, and then at LG-authorized retailers nationwide beginning July 1. The new 27-inch QHD monitor joins LG's industry-leading lineup of IPS displays that are designed to deliver precise detail and color at a wide viewing angle that is ideal for creative designers, photographers and videographers working from home or those about to return to an office setting.

The unique Ergo concept harmonizes three key elements - image fidelity, ergonomic design and a USB-C One Cable solution—to bring users high performance, comfort and a cleaner desk setup for a more clutter-free work environment. The Ergo also elevates productivity with a flexible ergonomic stand complete with C-Clamp for full movement of display, allowing users to raise, lower, swivel, tilt and pivot to adapt to their environment.
At 2560 x 1440 resolution, the LG 27-inch QHD IPS Display embodies the stunning picture quality that the QHD series is known for, featuring realistic, accurate color and enhanced contrast, clarity and detail. For the gaming enthusiast, the new "Ergo" delivers great refresh rates and response times for fast action, with AMD FreeSync technology to avoid tearing and reducing stuttering. LG's latest monitor also comes with HDR10 support and is capable of delivering 99 percent of the sRGB color accuracy and a wider viewing angle ideal for editing and viewing hi-res photos.
For more information on LG's latest 27-inch monitor, please visit this page.
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7 Comments on LG Debuts New QHD "Ergo" IPS Monitor

#1
mtcn77
Why don't companies play nice with others' standards? I think we would get along if named not just HDR10 but displayhdr rating and etc in the same space.
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#2
Caring1
"comes with HDR10 support"
Either it is HDR10, or it isn't
There is no can or might.
My car can support a turbo, doesn't mean it has one.
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#3
Vayra86
The whole HDR thing is like HD Ready all over again. Or Watt RMS. Or... or... or...

Never early adopt TV technology. It takes longer to mature than a new API :P
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#4
R-T-B
Caring1
"comes with HDR10 support"
Either it is HDR10, or it isn't
There is no can or might.
My car can support a turbo, doesn't mean it has one.
HDR is such a mess of standards that it really can be a case of "supports HDR, but you'd never use it"
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#5
Octopuss
75Hz is useless (and why do they even bother with Freesync?), but what I hate the most are the useless shitty builtin speakers. NOONE wants that crap, noone. It only drives the price up.
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#6
Vayra86
Octopuss
75Hz is useless (and why do they even bother with Freesync?), but what I hate the most are the useless shitty builtin speakers. NOONE wants that crap, noone. It only drives the price up.
Not only that, driver or Windows updates revert your audio settings back to the display output. Every single goddamn time. #firstworldproblems but if you don't know...
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#7
Searing
I really wish if they don't want to target gamers they just settle on 90hz as the min refresh rate. Imagine if LG had the balls to become the "90hz" company. 75hz is just useless and messes up youtube.
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