LG unveils its new 27-inch 4K monitor with support for AMD FreeSync

LG unveils its new IPS-based 27-inch 4K monitor with support for AMD FreeSync technology.

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LG has been killing it in the display business this year, with the incredible 34-inch ultrawide curved monitor (with our review on the 34UC97 available here) but now the company has unveiled a new 27-inch 4K-capable monitor in the 27MU67.

LG unveils its new 27-inch 4K monitor with support for AMD FreeSync | TweakTown.com

The new monitor features an IPS panel for the best color clarity and viewing angles, with its 26.3-inch panel featuring a 3840x2160 resolution. The 4K monitor features a 60Hz refresh rate with support for AMD FreeSync, which eliminates screen tearing and stuttering. It's also one of the fastest monitors available, with its Dynamic Action Sync (DAS) mode taking down input lag to just 9.7ms. The full specifications are available below:

Key Specifications:

  • Resolution: Ultra HD 4K (3840 x 2160)
  • Aspect Ratio: 16:9
  • Contrast Ratio: 1000:1 (Mega)
  • Response Time: 5ms (GTG)
  • Brightness: 300 nits
  • Color Gamut: 99 percent of Adobe sRGB color space
  • Color Depth: 10bit (8bit + A-FRC)
  • Display: IPS Display (Viewing angle: 178/178)


  • 2x HDMI 2.0 (each capable of 4K@60Hz)
  • HDCP 2.2
  • Display Port 1.2a (required for FreeSync)
  • H/P out
  • UL validated Low Input lag 9.7 ms (DAS mode on)


  • 4 Screen Split for Multi-tasking
  • Game Mode with Black Stabilizer
  • Factory Calibration
  • PBP (Picture By Picture)
  • SUPER+ resolution
  • Flicker Safe
  • Adjustable stand (height/pivot/tilt)
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