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      LG UltraGear Gaming Monitor (49GR85DC)
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      Pivot: Not Available  # # #
      1 Gaming at 240Hz in Dual QHD resolution requires a PC with a graphics card that supports both HDMI 2.1 and DisplayPort 1.4.
      2 HDR peak brightness guaranteed.

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      1 Based on internal testing, the maximum curvature of LG OLED Flex is similar to that of a display with a fixed curvature of 900R.
      2 LG OLED panels are certified by Intertek for 100% Color Fidelity measured to CIE DE2000 with 125 color patterns.
      3 LG OLED panels are certified Flicker-Free and Discomfort Glare Free by UL.
      4 Virtual screen size adjustment functionality will be available later this year.
      5 YouTube videos can be streamed from a smartphone while playing games via an HDMI-connected source or while watching live TV.
      6 Lighting modes not available for all input sources.

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