The 48-inch LG UltraGear 48GQ900 is on sale right now on Amazon for an incredible 43 percent discount from its original $1,499.99 price, bringing it down to $852.14 before taxes for Amazon Prime members (or $896.99 for those without Prime), roughly At its lowest price ever. If you want to go to the source (or not just Amazon), LG is selling it for $899.99, as is Newegg. This price is as good as it gets for this massive LG OLED gaming display.
If you get this deal, you can expect the typical inky blacks that make OLEDs the contrasting champs of the display world, and its 4K resolution will mean a nice, sharp picture spread across its flat panel. Its 120Hz refresh rate can be overdriven up to 138Hz, with support for variable refresh rate (VRR), Nvidia G-Sync compatible and stamped for being AMD FreeSync Premium. It also comes with a decent assortment of ports: one DisplayPort port, three HDMI 2.1 ports, two USB 3.2 Gen 1 Type A ports, a USB-B upstream port, optical audio out, and a 3.5mm audio jack.
When our own Sean Hollister wrote about this performance last year ledgeDrawing on his experience using the LG C1 as a monitor, he wondered whether it had the same aggressive dimming that made the C1 unusable for general web browsing or office work. Well, the good news is, but according to the test RTings, it is not. The bad news is, that’s because the display’s SDR brightness almost never gets high enough to trigger LG’s automatic brightness limit, which makes it 193 cd/m². Still, the outlet gave it high marks for gaming, not least because of its solid HDR performance.
If you insist on repurposing a big ol’ OLED television for office work, there’s the 42-inch LG C2, which is slightly smaller, brighter, and costs about the same as UltraGear’s non-Prime member price. is $897. , For that price, you’ll get a similar display while losing features like DisplayPort and the ability to overdrive the refresh rate, and of course, you might want to come up with some way to deal with the wide feet it sits on. Are.
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There’s no telling how long this sale will last, but historically it hasn’t been long, so it might be worth it to hold on.