One of LG’s next premium monitors is a 45-inch curved display optimized for more immersive gaming experiences, and it was introduced at this year’s IFA Berlin.
It’s the first curved display under the UltraGear brand of gaming monitors, and it’s also the first OLED panel with a 240Hz refresh rate, according to the manufacturer (model 45GR95QE). It boasts a WQHD (3440 x 1440) resolution, an HDR10 profile, and HDMI 2.1 capability in addition to its ultrawide 21:9 aspect ratio.
The 800R curvature, borderless design, and 18:9 aspect ratio of this display are all meant to put players deeper into the action. LG even coated the screen with an anti-glare and low-reflective material to make it seem less like you’re watching a screen. If this sounds similar, it’s because Corsair and LG have collaborated on a new 45-inch 1440p gaming monitor dubbed Xeneon Flex, which was released recently. That UltraGear variant, on the other hand, may be bent in any direction from straight to 800R.
LG has shown both the UltraFine Display Ergo AI and the forthcoming 45-inch curved display at IFA. The 31.5-inch screen’s built-in camera tracks the user’s eye level, and the screen’s height and tilt are adjusted accordingly so that the user isn’t forced to maintain a stationary posture for too long. Those interested will have to wait for further details, since LG did not disclose the monitors’ cost or availability.