The official premiere of the large OLED monitor LG 48GQ900 took place in early March, and now the novelty has gone on sale. In China, the device is asking for the equivalent of $2,090, but early buyers can purchase a new product at a discount of $1,940.
The LG 48GQ900 is a very large monitor, many TVs are smaller. It features a 47.5-inch OLED panel with 4K resolution and 120Hz frame rate. Interestingly, due to the “overclocking” function, the frame rate can even be slightly raised – up to 138 Hz. The declared contrast ratio is 1,350,000:1, the pixel response time in Grey-to-Grey mode is 0.1 ms.
The device supports G-Sync frequency synchronization technology. The configuration also includes 20W speakers and an HDMI 2.1 port, which allows you to use the monitor not only with a PC, but also with modern PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X consoles.