Samsung forces LG to price cut its 27-inch 27GS95QE-B OLED 1440p gaming monitor

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Samsung has lately been dropping prices on several of its gaming monitors. First, there was a big drop on its massive 57-inch Odyssey G9 Neo and this was followed later by the 49-inch Odyssey G9 OLED, which though smaller, provides much better colors.

Unfortunately, and especially if you were after the OLED model, the discounts have since dried up.

These price cuts from Samsung have not gone unnoticed though. Its rival from the same country, LG, has also begun to drop the prices on some of its monitor models in accordance with the market.

Hence, in case you missed those Samsung sales, and do not mind going for a smaller model that is not ultra-wide (21:9) or super-ultra-wide (32:9) aspect ratio, LG has you covered.

That is because the 27GS95QE-B 27″ UltraGearâ„¢ OLED QHD model is currently at its lowest ever price (buying link under the spec list below).

This carries the UltraGear brand since it is a gaming monitor. The monitor supports AMD FreeSync Premium Pro as it has HDR. HDR really shines on OLED displays like these and LG, if you may not know, popularized OLED TVs by bringing them to the mainstream.

The key specifications of the

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