LG brings us a true change in the game with the LG UltraGear

MANILA, Philippines – We’re living our lives increasingly online, from working 9-5, to recreational or competitive gaming, live streaming, to binging your favorite TV shows. With this much screen time, it’s only natural to look for the best possible ways to improve performance. It can be something as simple as adding a ring light for live streaming, for example. But for a true game-changing improvement, you can upgrade your monitor to LG UltraGear.

LG UltraGear 32GN500 is a dedicated gaming monitor that improves your gaming, but also offers plenty of features that help out non-gamers alike. It has a 31.5” screen with a wide 16:9 aspect ratio, giving you plenty of space to see the battlefield (or work with spreadsheets).

For gaming, the LG UltraGear provides fluid gaming motion. An ultra-fast speed of 165Hz allows gamers to see the next frame quickly and makes the image appear smoothly. The gamers can respond rapidly to opponents and aim at targets easily. 1m MBR helps smoother gameplay, reducing blur and ghosting. Dynamic and fast-paced objects amidst all the action can give gamers a competitive edge. It is also an NVIDIA-tested and officially validated G-SYNC Compatible monitor, minimizing screen tearing and stuttering for a smoother, faster gaming experience. With FreeSync Premium technology, gamers can experience seamless, fluid movement in hi-resolution and fast-paced games.

This monitor supports HDR10 with sRGB 95% (Typ.) enabling realistic visual immersion with rich colors and contrast. Regardless of the battlefield, it can help gamers to see all the dramatic colors the game developers intended. The realistic, vivid colors are a game-changer even to non-gamers. It’s perfect for creative work, streaming, and watching your favorite videos.

The sleek and stylish design also helps with the immersion experience. The base can be adjusted to change the tilt of the monitor to help you work, play games, or watch videos more comfortably.

LG UltraGear isn’t playing any games as far as improving your quality of life is concerned. Read more about the game-changing LG UltraGear 32GN500 at lg.com/ph. You can purchase LG monitors from authorized retailers or in LG’s flagship online stores in Lazada and Shopee.

LG is a Big Winner at This Year’s Red Dot and CES 2022 Innovation Awards

LG Electronics has taken home 25 honors from this year’s Red Dot Award, continuing its success at the prestigious annual design awards program. Among the company’s impressive haul were three Best of the Best accolades for the LG washer and dryer with an upgradability option, a new LG lifestyle OLED TV and the LG DualUp Monitor Ergo.

LG PuriCare AeroTower air purifier and the LG tiiun were recognized in the Innovative Product category. Other LG products honored at this year’s awards include the LG One:Quick Flex all-in-one display solution, LG UltraGearTM gaming laptop, LG OLED evo Gallery Edition and other OLED evo TV models, all lauded for their aesthetically pleasing and user-centric designs.

The Red Dot Award is one of the most prestigious competitions for product design, communication design and design concepts, with the distinctive Red Dot winner logo seen as a respected mark of quality around the world. This year, approximately 7,800 products were submitted for the jury’s consideration.

Meanwhile, LG Electronics also swept up a grand collection of CES® awards at the 2022 event across its home appliance, home entertainment and business solutions categories. In all, LG tallied approximately 150 awards and accolades from various publications covering the first-ever physical/virtual hybrid CES event.

Among the top honors earned were 24 CES Innovation Awards and the 2022 CES Editor’s Choice awards from USA TODAY’s consumer product reviews division, Reviewed. LG was recognized as the most-awarded brand by USA TODAY/Reviewed with LG’s OLED evo C2 Series, PuriCare™ AeroTower, DualUp Monitor, Soundbar S95QR and Washer and Dryer Pair earning recognition based on four key criteria: innovation, technology, design and value.