Gaming Monitors Now Feature OLED Panels

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Good news for gamers: giant OLED TVs can be used as display monitors as numerous companies announced models with these panels at CES this year.

Some brands are using LG Display’s flat 27- and curved 45-inch OLED panels in their monitors which also feature a 240Hz refresh rate, 0.03-millisecond response time, and height-adjustable stands.

With this batch of panels, LG and Acer are each releasing similar 27- and 45-inch models, while Asus and Corsair riffed on these sizes with designs slightly tweaked.

LG OLED Gaming Monitors Now Feature OLED Panels

Samsung is also staying in the game, both as a maker of the panels and the monitors. The company is launching two curved monitors this year: a 34-inch Samsung Odyssey G8 OLED along with a more wild 49-inch ultrawide with the unwieldy name, the Odyssey G95SC.

LG’s 27-in UltraGear OLED start at over $1400, which makes it quite pricey while its bigger model start at $2500.

Samsung hasn’t shared a cost for its big 49-inch Odyssey G95SC yet but it will most likely reach the $4500 mark.

The biggest decision that gamers face is choosing between a slightly bigger TV with a slower refresh rate and response time or one of these smaller made-for-gaming OLED monitors.

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