A brand-new announcement by LG has revealed a few of the weapons it will be taking to CES at the start of January 2018.You will be seeing the latest 4K 32-inch monitor, the 32UK950. With Nano IPS technology that is similar to that of LG’s LED televisions, this new monitor is empowered with Thunderbolt 3 connectivity, 98-percent P3 colour gamut coverage, as well as HDR support to sharpen the dynamic range of your view.
Did you just say 16:9 isn’t wide enough for your liking? Then say hello to the 5K ultrawide variant below, the 34WK95U. It is essentially a 5120 x 2160 so it has the same number of vertical pixels as the 4K monitors by LG – “4K ultrawide” may have been a more reasonable name if you look at it that way. However, we need to bear in mind that 4K ultrawide screens aren’t actually a thing yet. That being said, LG’s 34WK95U will probably be a very distinctive monitor competing at the CES event.On top of these two monitors, the South Korean electronics giant is reported to also have in line a fresh 1440p G-Sync monitor. None of these monitors are set with complete details of specifications, pricing, or launch dates but all will be set in stone at CES in Las Vegas starting on the 9th of January 2018.
Source: | LG Newsroom |
Via: | The Verge |
Images: | LG Newsroom |