LG will have its new 240Hz OLED gaming monitors on display next month at CES 2023 in Las Vegas. Showing off what could be some of the best visuals a monitor can offer. This means we will have to get close-up and personal with them when our crews hit the show floor next week (so make sure to keep your eyes out for that content when it drops).
The new monitors will be available in 27″ (pre-order available) and 45″ curved (pre-order available) varieties, with the 27″ running at $999 MSRP and the 45″ at $1,699 MSRP. They will feature a 0.3ms response time, Nvidia G-Sync and AMD FreeSync Premium compatibility, HDR10, and up to 1440p resolution.
The 45″ model will feature a 800R curvature to it, giving it quite the curve. This is important due to how wide it is, this it requires a bit more curve that your average (curved) monitor. It will feature a number of ports, including HDMI, DisplayPort, USB, TRRS analog audio for headsets, and even SPDIF out.
Both monitors will begin shipping sometime in January, starting with the 45″ model earlier in the month (the 27″ is likely to start shipping around the middle of the month).
We will make sure to bring you some video coverage when we run into them at the show next month.