Late last year I plodded a giant LG 48-inch OLED television on my desk in search of the one screen to rule them all. It was fantastic with amazing color inky blacks G-sync and free sync premium on a 120HZ panel but not accurately suited to be the perfect PC screen. Now LG is tailoring its TV a bit more for desk use with the latest LG ultra gear 48GQ900 which adds some of the attributes I wished I had in that review. Chief among them is the stand while the LG 48-inch OLED and LG CX 48 televisions attributed a big wide base that discourages any attempt at desktop cable organization and blocks the rest of your desk from view the latest ultra gear monitor has a more conventional V-shaped foot that lifts the whole screen off the table. There’s a built-in two-port USB 3.0 mm four-pole headset jack if you don’t want to rely on its built-in 20W stereo speakers and remote control that might essentially make sense for devoted gaming use. It’s got a big honking dial and easy buttons to change video inputs, audio outputs, mute, power, and a toggle for LG game mode. The Korean agency’s Chinese product page also shows you’ll be able to summon an on-screen crosshair and FPS counter if you like which are table stakes for high-end gaming monitors these days. You can also over-drive through I’m not instantly sure why you’d want to.
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