Posted 4 January 2023

LG UltraGear 48GQ900-B, 48 Inch 4K Ultra HD 138Hz OLED Gaming Monitor £849.99 @ Costco (Membership Required)

£849.99£1,31435% off
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About this deal

- 48" 4K Ultra HD OLED Monitor
- NVIDIA G-Sync Compatible and AMD FreeSync Premium
- 138Hz Overclocked Refresh Rate
- 178°(H)/178°(V) Viewing Angle
- 0.1ms Response Time

UltraGear Meets OLED

The ultimate gaming gear finally meets the ultimate display. 48GQ900 is a large-screen gaming monitor equipped with UHD 4k OLED Display, and you can experience next-level gaming based on OLED's True Black. And with a response time of 0.1ms, you can surpass the literally fastest display you've ever experienced with displays so far. Now, redefine your gaming experience with OLED UltraGear™. It also has an Anti-glare & Low reflection coating, so you don't have to worry about missing enemy movements by light reflections anymore.

Blazing-fast Speed, Smooth Gameplay from HDMI 2.1

A fast speed of 120Hz (Overclock138Hz) allows gamers to see the next frame quickly and makes image to appear smoothly. The gamers can response rapidly to opponents and aim at target easily. This all be achieved from HDMI 2.1 port. It means gamers can fully enjoy UHD 4K resolution and up to 120Hz (O/C 138Hz) without fuss either by DisplayPort 1.4 or HDMI 2.1.

Technology Focused on Fluid Gaming

48GQ900 is a NVIDIA-tested and officially validated G-SYNC® Compatible monitor and with FreeSync™ Premium technology, gamers can experience seamless, fluid movement in hi-resolution and fast-paced games. It virtually reduces screen tearing and stuttering.

Optimized for Next Gen Gaming

The overwhelming feeling of immersion from the large screen and the immersive feeling of the real picture quality, along with the magnificent sound, are the key elements that make up the feeling of immersion. 48GQ900 is a display that provides 40W sound equivalent to a 75-inch TV. You can enjoy the grand sound of cinematic cut scenes without the need for separate speakers or sound bars.

4-pole Headphone jack | DTS Headphone X

DTS HP:X technology allows gamers experience immersive 3D sound to experience better gaming through any headphones. This is also first UltraGear™ with a 4-pole HP jack, allowing players to use the microphone with a normal headset. This overcomes the inconvenience caused by existing monitors as they only support a 3-pole HP jack.

Gamer-centric Design

Thanks to the side stand and ultra-slim design, it creates an optimized gaming environment by providing space utilization and ease of secure visibility in every place you want to play like the living room, gaming room, or other spaces.

Model Number: 48GQ900-B
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    To the tv models
    I've got this and the C1 - the biggest difference between the two is that this has a matte coating on the screen instead of the glossy OLED. It makes it a bit nicer for working on, but doesn't have the pop that the TV version does.

    Other major difference is that it has a display port connection which is useful if you're using a Mac. It does, though, also lack some of the functionality that comes with the TV - predominantly the lack of Dolby.

    The footprint is definitely better for a desk than the 48" equivalent if you aren't going to mount it, otherwise, personally I'd go with the C1/C2.
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    inferior to a C2, same price
    can you elaborate? i want this primarily for gaming, but I assumed it would be the same as a C2 but with gaming features added (like lower lag).
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    Looks like it's online only. Couldn't see it in the warehouse
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    Was tempted til I started watching reviews of this :/

    For instance this one where they've stated the minimal difference between this and the TV which is cheaper 🤷‍♂️
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