LG has unveiled its first-ever IPS gaming monitor that boasts of having the fastest response time compared to other gaming monitors available today: 1 millisecond. There are actually two models, both of them featuring the same response time.

In a press release, LG announced the two new gaming monitors under the UltraGear line. These two monitors make use of what LG calls “Nano IPS Technology,” feature 1-ms response time, wide color gamuts and a fast 144Hz refresh rate.  Not only that, these monitors also support Nvidia G-sync for a tearing- and stutter-free gameplay.

LG’s new monitors are available in two sizes: a whopping 38-inch model with a curved display, and a 27-inch model. Let’s take a closer look at each model.

38-inch monitor 38GL950G

The wider monitor boasts of 3,840 x 1,600 resolution and an immersicve 21:9 aspect ratio. It has a brightness of 450 nits, and features VESA DisplayHDR 400 technology. New Atlas reported that this simply means the monitor is certified by VESA to be capable of showing images in High Dynamic Range (HDR). This model’s refresh rate can be overclocked to up to 175Hz.

27-inch monitor 27GL850

The smaller monitor doesn’t lag far behind its larger brother in terms of response times, but there is a big difference in other areas. First, it doesn’t have a curved screen. Second, it has a smaller resolution at 2,560 x 1,440 pixels. Third, it only has a brightness of 350 nits, which means it doesn’t have VESA Display HDR 400 technology. It can display images in HDR10, though.

Both monitors enjoy 1 ms response time,  wide color gamut (DCI-P3 98 percent) and G-Sync compatibility. The latter feature allows both monitors to deliver smooth visuals without tearing and flickering, and also allows players to choose from specific settings such as “Dynamic Action Sync mode,” “Black Stabilizer” and “Crosshair,” a setting designed for added accuracy especially in FPS games.

The larger model  has some added features like an upgraded Sphere Lighting 2.0. This feature is similar to Philips’ Ambilight technology, and is capable of changing colors to match what the user sees on the screen in order to make the gaming experience even more immersive.

LG hasn’t announced pricing as of now, but Engadget noted that these monitors “won’t be cheap.” Preorders open on July 1, followed by a U.S. launch within the same month. LG said the monitors will also become available in Europe later in the year.

LG Logo Red Pictured: A logo sits illumintated outside the LG booth on day 2 of the GSMA Mobile World Congress 2019 on February 26, 2019 in Barcelona, Spain. Photo: Getty Images/David Ramos