Without waiting for the January CES 2020 exhibition, LG announced a new series of branded monitors with a screen resolution of 4K. The updated portfolio of the South Korean vendor includes both “high-speed” gaming solutions and an ergonomic 32-inch display with advanced adjustment options that practically does not take up space on the desktop.
The 32-inch UltraFine Ergo 32UN880 monitor with 4K resolution received a stand with an original hinge that allows you to rotate the display 280 degrees horizontally and 25 degrees vertically. The screen can be pulled closer to the user or to the wall, raised to eye level, lowered to the table or even fully deployed to the side to share the necessary information with a colleague in the office. The IPS panel is capable of displaying 95% of the DCI-P3 color gamut and supports the HDR10 standard. On the body of the monitor are USB Type-C, DisplayPort and two HDMI ports. Other features of the model are AMD FreeSync technology support and a 5 ms response speed.
The updated UltraGear gaming lineup includes 27GN950, 34GN850 and 38GN950 monitors with a screen diagonal of 27, 34 and 38 inches, respectively. A key feature of new products with IPS-matrices is a response speed of 1 ms. All three displays support 144 Hz screen refresh rates with overclocking to 160 Hz.
The announcement of the 38-inch 38WN95C gaming model with a resolution of 3840×1600 pixels is also expected at CES. Among the expected characteristics of a monitor equipped with a Thunderbolt 3 port are 144 Hz refresh rate, minimum response time (1 ms), compatibility with NVIDIA G-Sync, support for DisplayHDR 600 standard and 98% coverage of DCI-P3 gamut.
The manufacturer does not disclose the date of the announcement and price of new products.