In a recently concluded online event, LG Philippines showcased its updated home entertainment lineup, comprising of OLED and NanoCell TVs, PL Bluetooth speakers, and UltraGear & UltraWide monitors. Hinged on the concept of “Life in Details”, the event explored how LG’s newest entertainment system perfectly fits any lifestyle in the new normal.
Because of the quarantine measures in place, e-sports enjoyed an astronomical rise in popularity during the pandemic. In the new normal, its exciting and fast-paced action is perfect for socially-distanced events. One of the major factors that LG’s new OLED GX TV excels at is gaming. Playing competitively using TVs are usually frowned upon since response time is slow, but LG’s cutting-edge OLED technology breaks down boundaries.
Self-lit pixels create Perfect Black allowing LG OLED TVs to take full advantage of HDR gaming — from the darkest to the brightest image. The power of each pixel reveals all the hidden details, hints, and full-on action. HGIG (HDR Gaming Interest Group) is a mode developed by key players from the gaming industry to ensure that games are displayed exactly as the game creator intended. It boosts your HDR gaming experience and gives you a new level of immersive action.
LG OLED TVs with NVIDIA G-SYNC compatibility can provide the exceptional picture quality of perfect black and intense colors combined with smooth gameplay to take gaming to new heights. The OLED TVs have higher frame rate and faster response time of 1 minute, lower input lag, VRR (Variable Refresh Rate), ALLM (Auto Low Latency Mode) and eARC (Enhanced Audio Return Channel), all meeting HDMI 2.1 specifications that give you smooth gameplay at the highest resolution.
Miss World 2013 and gaming streamer Megan Young was all smiles as she discussed her admiration for LG OLED GX TV: “What’s amazing with LG OLED GX is that they were able to strike a delicate balance between having specs good enough for competitive gaming, without sacrificing the aspects that make it a good TV to begin with. Normally, you have to pick between one or the other. With this new TV, all you need is there.” The beauty queen also talked about LG’s newest Bluetooth speaker, the LG XBoom PL7.
“Even if it’s small, sobrang buo nung sound, especially the bass. Even slight sounds like creaks and gusts of wind, rinig na rinig. Whenever I’m watching suspense and horror, napapasigaw talaga ako! I researched nga why it’s so powerful even if it’s small. It’s because of dual passive radiators that use air pressure to create more bass in a limited space, so you can enjoy the full range of sound in a slim, portable package.”
While gaming has always been an “at-home” activity, staying at home and playing to your heart’s content means immersing yourself more and more. LG OLED TVs give you the opportunity to experience intricate lifelike details you won’t get otherwise. It is Eye-Comfort Display certified, surpassing industry standards for blue light emissions. Especially when used for gaming for hours on end, the chances of eye fatigue are considerably lessened.
Watch Megan Young on YouTube and Facebook as she talks about Life in Details and how LG’s OLED TV is the perfect for immersing yourself while gaming at home. In case you missed it, you can also watch the full event highlights here.
LG OLED GX 65” TV is priced at P 219,990.00 and is available in LG’s official Lazada page. For a full list of LG’s retail partners, visit www.lg.com/ph/