LG has unveiled three new gaming monitors as part of its CES 2021 announcements, following its introduction of a new flagship entry in its UltraFine series earlier this week. The new batch of displays includes a model refresh on LG’s 27GN950 gaming monitor with HDMI 2. 0a support and a revamped play styles option for UltraFine series to ensure more ways to play your favourite games.

The 28" DT26Q monitor, with restricted colour gamut support, will launch in Q1, while the 29" MR28-C300 features a refresh rate of 144Hz with HDR support. LG has previously shown plans to expand its excellence with its UltraScreens into new ranges of products and brands in the future.

The new DO-IT monitor franchise, UHD Gaming Monitor is paired with the series BE album point variant (14", 32.7", 38") and component design to provide optimum compatibility with the options of the UEFI BIOS. There is a new series of BE 5TM.com developed videos with the BE 5TM B570 in the video below.

Produced by the most innovative display manufacturer in the market, LG's new UltraFine ultimate gaming monitors at CES 2021 is scheduled for release later this year.

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WASHINGTON – D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser officially announced the deployment of over 1,200 police officers, dramatically increasing activity at D.C.'s crime-plagued council chambers.

"Providing additional police officers throughout the District sends a clear message that we'll not tolerate misconduct," Bowser said in a press release sent out moments after arriving late at the District Court.

D.C. Chief of Police Peter Newsham also took the opportunity to take to the podium to clear the air regarding Muscogee Creek officer Eric Parker's departmental actions, and at 5:58 p.m., reproduced Torres's accusations in television readers around the nation.

Around 9 a.m., D.C. Police arrived at Congress Street and E Street in Neshaminy Square. At 8:27 a.m., OSBI Officers entered in at 5th and O Streets.

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