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During an event with a Top Gun theme that was hosted by Andrei “Dreister” Felix, LG Philippines introduced its new range of monitors and displayed its most recent, powerful, and technologically advanced displays to date.

According to Sungjae “Airboss” Kim, managing director for LG Philippines, the firm is continuing its dedication to inventing and improving its monitor line-up in order to cater to the requirements of its customers. He went on to say that “We’ve made considerable steps to raise the user experience of our displays,” which included adjusting to flexible workstations and improving our systems to meet next-generation gaming requirements.

Meanwhile, the country’s most influential gamers, creatives, and content makers vouch for the power, image quality, and adaptability of LG’s current monitor line-up.

Eric “Eruption” Tai, actor, TV host, and #FitGamer, liked the immersive racing car gaming setup incorporating the 32GQ950 OLED Monitor during the event.

“The contrast is really incredible with the dazzling whites and the deep, dark blacks,” he remarked. It

gives a completely immersive experience whether you’re gaming for hours on end or just resting and binge-watching series and movies. It also has HDMI 2.1.”

Eric was joined on stage by Jane Pactoranan, business development manager, who stated that the LG UltraGear 32GQ950 has a 4K resolution on a 32-inch Nano IPS display, a fast 144Hz refresh rate (O/C 160Hz), and a quick 1ms (GtG) reaction time. It also includes a VESA-certified DisplayHDR 1,000, which implies it should provide a dynamic contrast with brighter whites and deeper blacks, as well as up to 1,000 nits of peak brightness.

However, because of its size and excellent visual quality, LG’s flagship monitor, the 48GQ900 OLED, delighted “PBA Ironman” LA Tenorio.

The 48GQ900 OLED monitor, which offers self-lit pixels and award-winning OLED technology, ensures compatibility with next-generation consoles with its immersive display and rapid reaction time.

According to Janille Umali, B2B marketing communications officer, the self-lit pixels also contribute to extraordinarily quick reaction times.

The monitor’s enormous display is made to offer a better viewing experience than any other. Because of its built-in anti-glare and low reflection technology, you can concentrate only on your game without being distracted. Of course, doing this for extended periods of time also helps to prevent eye fatigue. This monitor is as quick as they come, just like LA himself, one of the best point guards in the nation for basketball. It responds in 0.1 milliseconds and operates at 120 Hz. If you truly want to test the limits, it can even be overclocked to 138Hz. With such a high frame rate, objects appear more clearly, ghosting is less of an issue in video games, and everything runs more smoothly. It has a very slim design, so you can show it anywhere—in your living room, game room, or on a wall. It also comes with remote control of its own. This isn’t a slouch either in terms of sound. It has two built-in 20-watt speakers. With 4-pole headphone outs, LA may communicate with his teams and gaming buddies, and DTS: Headphone X’s simulated 3D surround sound allows for even more immersion.

The LG Dual Up 28MQ780-B, according to music and lifestyle photographer “Magic” Liwanag, is a lifesaver for creatives like him and he couldn’t help but agree with the product’s adaptability.

The ability to swivel [the display] and the 16:18 aspect ratio enable me to multitask in an entirely new way, he continues. According to Greg de Jesus, marketing communications officer for home entertainment, the LG Ergo series is made specifically with these customers in mind so they may do business how they see fit. The monitor may be moved forwards or backwards, swiveled, rotated, tilted, and in other ways.

To boost productivity and get lost in your work, set up the workspace whatever you like. Additionally, it provides DCI-P3 98 percent, a raised color range that brings vivid color to life and is eye-friendly thanks to the ambient light sensor.

Myrtle and Ryan were later joined by Gab “Viper” Valenciano, who is a tech geek and an avid LG monitor fan. He has been using LG monitors in his own studio for years now and was so ecstatic to try the LG UltraGear 32GN500 monitor with a flight simulator set-up to simulate a realistic Top Gun environment. He was thoroughly overwhelmed by the image quality and clear details that the LG UltraGear 32GN500 provides. “Aside from the solid features, the design is killer as well. It’s virtually borderless and looks good anywhere you put it, whether in the living room or your man cave. Two thumbs up for me.” He also noticed that blurring and ghosting are almost non-existent which he always thought was normal and unavoidable. Thanks to the monitor’s speed, you get fast and smooth gameplay. The ​165Hz Refresh Rate and 1m MBR help smoother gameplay, reducing blur and ghosting. It also has NVIDIA G-SYNC and AMD FreeSync Premium for clearer, smoother, and faster movement.

Vikka “Lightning” Francisco of The Modern Creatures like the 27UP850-W 27-inch UHD 4K IPS, while Isa “Pink” Rodriguez of Isa Does and the LITT website develops a fondness for the 27UN880-B 27-inch UHD 4K Ergo IPS Monitor for its effective workplace setup. The monitor’s one-click mount, c-clamp, simple cable management system, and USB-C compatibility, she continues, “truly help you maintain your desk nice and clean.”

The Naval Air Wing of the Philippine Navy received a sizable in-kind donation from LG Philippines of 30 LG UltraGear 32GN500 monitor units, which they can use in their Operating Squadron Offices and Flight Briefing Stations, Command and Control Center, Operations Center, and flight simulation rooms to display lectures, flight deck videos, flight performance briefing and debriefing, active welder briefings, and more.

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