Thursday, November 18th 2021

LG Announces Pricing And Availability Of UltraGear 34GP950G

LG Electronics USA announces the nationwide rollout of the 34-inch LG UltraGear Curved Display (model 34GP950G-B), UltraWide QHD (3440x1440) IPS 1 millisecond Gray-to-Gray (GtG) gaming monitor with NVIDIA G-SYNC ULTIMATE. The latest addition to LG's #1 gaming-designed monitor brand in the U.S., the 34GP950G delivers a next-level sensory experience and retails for $1299 at LG.com and select LG-authorized retailers.

The latest offering from LG UltraGear (the official gaming monitor of North American eSports team Evil Geniuses), the 34GP950G is a CES 2021 Innovation Award-winning UltraWide Nano IPS display that delivers an immersive gaming experience for all enthusiasts. Thanks to its 180 Hz Overclock and an IPS 1 ms (GtG) response time, the UltraGear 34GP950G delivers highly sought-after picture quality without sacrificing input lag and refresh rate. With VESA DisplayHDR 600 certification (56 Block Local Dimming) the UltraGear 34GP950G guarantees outstanding color, dynamic contrast, high luminance, and a wide color gamut. Covering 98 percent of the DCI-P3 color spectrum, the monitor has a 1,000:1 contrast ratio, capable of reproducing vivid scenes in true-to-life color.
Thanks to NVIDIA G-SYNC ULTIMATE and support for HDR, the UltraGear 34GP950G ensures an enhanced image quality with reduced screen tearing and minimized stutter that works seamlessly for an incredibly realistic and exhilarating gaming experience. The new display also features various connectivity options to further enhance its capabilities through support for HDMI and DisplayPort inputs, 3 USB ports (1up/2down), and an audio jack. Additional on-screen gaming controls allow users to take more control over their gaming experience than ever before. With tools such as Crosshair, Black Stabilizer and Dynamic Action Sync, the UltraGear 34GP950G transforms video gaming into a deeply immersive experience.

The superior gaming technology of the UltraGear 34GP950G is wrapped to perfection in stylishly designed hardware that adds to an already exhilarating gaming experience. The UltraGear monitor cuts a striking profile and offers next-level convenience with a three-side virtually borderless display, and an the ergonomically designed stand that lowers and tilts. The rear of the display features Sphere Lighting 2.0, an indirect form of lighting that can simultaneously reduce eye fatigue and heighten user immersion through Sound and Video Sync modes.
Source: LG
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13 Comments on LG Announces Pricing And Availability Of UltraGear 34GP950G

#1
Jack1n
G-sync Ultimate does not seem to mean much these days. At that price point, you might as well just buy the LG C1.
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GaryPoisonOak
Am I missing something here? Hasn’t this monitor already been on the market for months?
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#3
GerKNG
uhm.. this Monitor released back in early September?
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GaryPoisonOak
Jack1nG-sync Ultimate does not seem to mean much these days.
I agree, they should have kept their standard at HDR10, and I would have liked for them to have clear cut color accuracy and local dimming requirements too. They watered the branding down. I do like the variable overdrive that Gsync provides, though. That’s something that gets missed out on with just Gsync compatibility. The LG 34GP83A-B before recently was going for $800 and this is $1,300. I can’t say that the extra 20hz, additional brightness, and the variable overdrive is worth $500. This is a very impressive monitor, though. If it was $1,000 I’d buy it.
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robert3892
1300 is much too high in price. About 999 dollars would be more realistic.
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#6
Dr. Dro
I would not buy this when I can simply buy a 48 C1, and get a better experience across most games I play.

The real deal for high-end gaming displays will be next year's 42 C2. I'm eagerly awaiting for its release. 4K @ 120 Hz OLED with variable refresh rate at such a reasonable size/PPI... sign me up!
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#7
mechtech
$1300 and no 24 carat gold inlays!!!!!!!!!

No Thanks
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#8
thestryker6
In the US LG has a junk 1 year warranty which is by far the worst in the market, and they don't offer lower prices to compensate. I'm not really sure why people buy LG when there are many alternatives using their panels but with 2/3 year warranty periods.
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arni-gx
34 inch
3440x1440 144hz (180hz OC)
1MS GTG
nano IPS
g-sync ultimate
full HDR 600

the price = US$ 1300 ......... but, are this new monitor LCD from LG, has 1000R curved screen ??
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#10
GaryPoisonOak
arni-gxhas 1000R curved screen ??
I believe it’s 1900R, so it’s less extreme than the Samsung VAs.
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#11
spnidel
sweet panel, got the 27GP850 (1440p180hz), which I'm assuming uses the same panel, and couldn't be happier - color reproduction is great, the refresh rate, while I would've been just as happy with 144hz, is also great, all wrapped in a neat 1440p package
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arni-gx
GaryPoisonOakI believe it’s 1900R, so it’s less extreme than the Samsung VAs.
i am still confused, is that ultra widescreen curved 1900R is better than 1500R or 1000R ??
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GaryPoisonOak
arni-gxi am still confused, is that ultra widescreen curved 1900R is better than 1500R or 1000R ??
It isn’t really an issue of it being better or worse. The R stands for radius and the number is the number of millimeters. So, if you have a 1900R curved monitor, and you had enough of those monitors to make a circle, that circle would have a radius of 1900mm. The larger the number the less dramatic the curve is. It’s more a preference than anything. I’ve heard that human natural peripheral vision is along the lines of 1000R, but I find it to be too much. 2000 is more my speed.
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