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Last year we reviewed the LG C1 48-inch 4K OLED TV from the perspective of using it as a PC display. Paired with a GeForce RTX 3090, yeah, it was glorious. That said, 48-inches is still fairly large for a PC display so it's great to see that LG is bringing the 42-inch C2 4K OLED to Australia. Alongside a huge 97-inch G2 model, and all that sit in-between.

The 97-inch LG G2 OLED is set to hit our shores in October, for a whopping $47,999 - making it more of a "yeah we can make one that big" flex than an obtainable wall-filling monster of a TV. At that size it transcends TV.

Back on planet earth, the C2 range will replace the C1 range (with models set to hit stores this month) as the sweet spot for gaming, where the OLED is virtually impossible to beat in terms of refresh rate and response times. Plus, those incredible black-levels thanks to the self-lit pixel technology that makes OLED so desirable.

Throw in G-Sync and FreeSync compatibility and the gaming chops of the LG OLED TVs are pretty impressive no matter if you're hooking up the aforementioned RTX 3090 or an Xbox Series X console. In fact, the 2022 C2 range is set to increase the overall brightness of each model by 30% with the adoption of evo technology for more vibrant HDR. A very welcome addition to be sure, and something that will make an already brilliant gaming display all the more exceptional.

Also coming is native support for the NVIDIA GeForce NOW app with controller for cloud gaming. And with the 42-inch model featuring a different stand compared to other models it looks like LG is aiming this one at PC gamers. Here's the breakdown of pricing (in RRP) for the line-up.


OLED G2



    OLED97G2PSA (97-inch) - $47,999 AUD
    OLED83G2PSA (83-inch) - $15,599 AUD
    OLED77G2PSA (77-inch) - $11,399 AUD
    OLED65G2PSA (65-inch) - $6,359 AUD
    OLED55G2PSA (55-inch) - $4,799 AUD

OLED C2



    OLED83C2PSA (83-inch) - $13,199
    OLED77C2PSC (77-inch) - $9,599
    OLED65C2PSC (65-inch) - $5,399
    OLED55C2PSC (55-inch) - $4,079
    OLED48C2PSA (48-inch) - $3,599
    OLED42C2PSA (42-inch) - $3,239

And for those looking for something more affordable LG is introducing its new Quantum Dot and NanoCell QNED miniLED range with support for 120Hz and other features tailored towards gamers.



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