It costs a pretty penny to own one, though.
The world's first 4K IPS 1ms Gray-to-Gray gaming monitor is out on the streets, as LG's new UltraGear (27GN950) monitor is ready to be sold worldwide. Touting 4K resolution on a "virtually bezel-less" 27-inch screen, the heavyweight comes with nano IPS panels, 98% DCI-P3 colour gamut coverage, 144Hz refresh rate and VESA DisplayHDR™ 600 certification.
The monitor supports NVIDIA G-Sync as well as 10-bit colour depth, but the key selling point is its gray-to-gray speed. In simpler terms, it represents the time for a pixel to change from one colour value to another. A 1ms speed means that there is minimal ghosting, especially for fast moving graphics and particles - perfect for a gaming session, or even competitive play.
What sold me the most about this monitor is that it has an adjustable stand for tilt, height and pivoting - definitely something useful for someone of my height. I've got to consider carefully though, as it costs at least $800 (~RM3,409). YIKES.