LG 32GK850G Review

A Deep Dive Into The LG 32GK850G

The LG 32GK850G gaming monitor has been available on the market since January of 2018. The monitor combines an NVIDIA G-SYNC compatibility, a QHD resolution display, a dedicated Game Mode, a black stabilizer, and a 144 Hz refresh rate and an exceptional size to deliver an ultimate user experience.

The model hasn’t undergone upgrades, yet it still captures the love of many gamers. The monitor’s exclusive aesthetic beauty is accentuated by its rear led light.

The rear sphere lighting can be customized to enhance the gaming experience. The LG 32GK850G review below explores the LG UltraGear gaming monitor.

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Who’s It For?

The screen is ideally designed for offline and online gamers. It has exclusive features that support the game mode for amateur and seasoned gamers.

High-quality graphics of the LG 32GK850G makes it suitable for designers. You can also use the monitor for your daily home and office uses.

The monitor is built for all clients that need exclusive style and performance which blend with most home décor styles. The LG 32GK850G is an affordable monitor with VGA and HDMI connectivity.

The device has on-screen controls, light button, and joystick, which make it simple for beginners and seasoned monitor users to operate it.

What We Like About LG 32GK850G

The LG 32GK850G has N-VIDIA G-Sync and a quicker refresh rate to enhance a gamer’s experience. The monitor’s rear sphere light has different lighting modes that can be customized using the light button.

The screen is wide enough to allow for wide-angle viewing. It has an adjustable stand that has a special holder for the user’s headphones.

The monitor has an excellent resolution of 2560p x 1440p for an exclusive gaming experience. The LG 32GK850G monitor uses the anti-glare feature to protect your eyes. The monitor’s joystick is useful for navigating the monitor’s menu settings.

The sphere light can blink even when the screen is off.

What We Don’t Like About LG 32GK850G

It is quite a turnoff that the monitor does not have inbuilt speakers hence the need for external speakers or headphones. The monitor’s stand does not stabilize on most surfaces hence the need to mount it.

The monitor supports only VGA and HDMI connectivity modes. The placement of the ports at the back is poor as it leaves the cables protruding outwards rather than facing downwards.

Some users claim that the price of the LG 32GK850G should be reduced a little bit since the screen size is 31.5” and not the advertised 32”. Some gamers have pointed out that the monitor experiences moderate ghosting on the monitor while playing fast-paced games.

Things We Like
  • Graphics of the gaming monitor are of very high quality.
  • The screen size is wide enough to provide a wide viewing angle.
  • The plug and play monitor is configured to allow easy usage by new and experienced users.
  • The monitor has color accuracy and black stabilizer for quality pictures.
  • Sphere lighting at the monitor’s back provides extra light in the dark.
  • The monitor’s ultra-slim bezel offers borderless visuals without distractions.
  • The LG 32GK850G monitor has advanced gaming features which include dynamic action sync, a black stabilizer, and the cross-hair feature for the maximum gaming experience.
Things We Didn't Like
  • On-screen texts appear less crisp for a 91 ppi.
  • Viewing angles of the monitor might shift slightly during some sessions.
  • The rear light might get too bright for gamers who enjoy gaming in the dark.
  • The monitor’s moderate ghosting in fast-paced games.

What’s Included?

The plug and play LG 32GK850G monitor comes with the accessories you need to set it up and start your gaming or working. The delivered box contains an HDMI cable for quality connectivity.

You also get a cable holder, a display port, and a power cord in the delivery box. The box also contains a user’s manual and the warranty card.

Amazon delivery boxes allow you to see all the products on the inside. Fastening bolts for the stand and wall mounting are available in the box.

Overview Of Features

Screen resolution of the monitor is 2560p x 1440p. The monitor’s screen size is 31.5″. Users get a wide viewing angle of 178º horizontal and 178º vertical.

The typical power consumption of this LG monitor is 55W. The monitor has G-Sync connectivity to maximize a gamer’s experience.

The contrast ratio of the monitor is 3000:1. The monitor has a 5ms (GtG) response time to provide the perfect viewing of transitioning images in a video or a game.

The monitor’s refresh rate is 144Hz. The available game modes are available for players that need to toggle between the available gaming experiences.

The monitor also has an automatic standby feature.

Review Summary

The LG 32GK850G monitor is another version of the LG UltraGear gaming monitors which perfects the advanced gaming features. The affordable screen delivers the size, beauty, and exclusive performance.

Serious gamers and movie fanatics get to enjoy unique picture quality and graphics. The reader’s mode of the monitor also allows for the comfortability of your eyes in long reading sessions.

The monitor’s response rate and refresh rate are a bonus for the user in need of a gaming monitor with unrivaled performance. This LG 32GK850G review has clearly highlighted the features of the modern gaming monitor and its value for the market price.

FAQ’s

What is the LG 32GK850G’s response time?
Response time refers to how fast pixels transition from one shade to another. The LG 32GK850G monitor has a response time of 5ms.

Can I turn off the sphere lighting?
Yes, you can. To turn off the rear sphere lighting, you should press the lighting button and hold on to it.

After a couple of seconds, the light turns off completely.

Does the monitor support NVIDIA 3D?
The monitor is not advertised as a 3D vision compatible monitor. You can contact NVIDIA to find out if a 144 Hz refresh rate monitor with NVIDIA G-Sync could support NVIDIA 3D.

Can I rotate the Screen?
You can rotate the screen to a vertical position.

What is the Significance of the Service Only Input?
The service only input at the monitor’s back is used during repair. The repair team uses the port to figure out the problem of your monitor.

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