LG 32GQ950 monitor: release date, specs, pricing
Another high-end gaming monitor from LG
LG isn’t messing around in 2022, showcasing a tonne of high-end gaming monitors and TVs at this year’s CES convention. The latest in a long line of impressive displays is the LG 32QG950 gaming monitor – a 4K 144Hz HDMI 2.1 display that seems to meet all the requirements needed for a stunning visual experience.
Unlike the latest 27″ 360Hz 1440p monitors that are on the horizon, the LG 32QG950 caters more to the next-gen console market – perfect timing considering the news of Sony’s PlayStation 5 VRR update. That said, this monitor should provide a superb experience whether you’re a console gamer, PC player, or everyday users.
With so much buzz around LG’s new 32GQ950 gaming monitor, we’ve created this page to keep you up to date with all the latest release dates, news, specifications, and prices.
LG 32GQ950 release date: what we know so far
Unfortunately, at the time of writing this, there is no official release date for the new LG 32GQ950 gaming monitor. That said, if LG is planning on releasing the LG32GQ950 alongside the LG 48GQ900 OLED monitor, we should expect to see it sometime in the second half of this year.
Of course, we’ll be speaking with all our contacts to ensure you get the latest news and updates on the LG 32GQ950 release date as soon as it’s announced.
LG 32GQ950 monitor specifications
While we don’t have a great deal of information regarding the release date of this monitor, we do have plenty to talk about when it comes to specifications.
The LG 32GQ950 looks set to become one of the best HDMI 2.1 monitors of 2022, featuring all the high-end features and specifications you could want. Of course, the new Nano IPS panel will feature HDMI 2.1 support – making this monitor a great choice for both PS5 and Xbox Series X gamers.
Inputs aside, users can expect a 3840 x 2160 4K screen resolution, 32″ IPS panel, and quoted 1ms response time (which is only possible when using the panel’s ‘Faster’ overdrive settings.
Additionally, the 32GQ950 will also feature adaptive-sync VRR for both NVIDIA and AMD systems – eradicating any potential chance of annoying screen-tear artifacts. Interestingly, LG looks to revisit the aging A-TW polarizer film technology for this panel – said to help reduce backlight bleed issues and viewing angles.
The LG 32GQ950 will also feature VESA DisplayHDR 1000 certification, meaning it should offer a fantastic visual experience in more casual, immersive titles. At this early stage, there is no information to suggest what backlight system will be used. We’d like to expect FALD or mini-LED backlight technology, but only time will tell.
LG 32GQ950 price
Again, the price for the LG 32GQ950 has still yet to be announced. It’s going to be relatively hard putting a price on this panel, especially without knowing what backlight technology it will utilize. If it comes equipped with a normal LED FALD backlight, we could see pricing starting from around $1,000. However, if LG decides to utilize mini-LED Backlight technology, that number could double.
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