LG adds two 4K monitors to its line-up

LG has released two new 4K monitors that have an emphasis on content creation and gaming. The monitors are a 27-inch 4K UHD monitor and a 31.5-inch 4K UHD monitor. Both are compatible with HDR10 and are available in stores now.

The 27-inch monitor starts at $1,199 AUD and the 32-inch at $2,599 AUD.

LG 4K Monitor

The LG 27UL850 with 27-inch UHD 4K IPS Monitor and HDR has been designed to improve content creation and the gaming experience for users. It comes with a USB-C connection which allows users to display video, transfer data and charge other devices through a single cable.

This LG 4K Monitor also comes equipped with AMD Radeon FreeSync. FreeSync tech provides a smoother visual display and reduces screen tearing and frame skips. Using the built-in LG Game Mode gives players three options to choose from which optimise performance for different gaming needs.

Five-watt speakers built into the monitor should provide a serviceable level of sound-quality and LG states that using the LG 27UL850 “Players can enjoy an all-in-one immersive experience with no need for extra speakers.”

Finally, this monitor supports VESA DisplayHDR 400 to ensure “incredible visual immersion when viewing the latest HDR movies, images and games.”

LG 32UL950

The LG 32UL950 is a 31.5-inch monitor that supports 4K and Thunderbolt 3. Specially designed for content creators, this monitor excels in “colour space, brightness and versatility.”

Supporting HDR10 and Thunderbolt 3 means that the LG 32UL950 works easily with MacBooks and the suite of creation software that goes with them. Additionally, this monitor supports VESA DisplayHDR 600 which provides;

A new level of brightness performance for professional content creators. The Nano Cell Technology in the LG IPS panel enables a 98% DCI-P3 broad spectrum of colour to be seen at wide viewing angles, a must-have feature for those who value incredible graphical performance. 

Connecting the monitor to a MacBook will deliver 60W of power for charging and for fast data transmissions.

Both LG 4K monitors are available now and can be found at PC Case Gear, Scorptec, Mwave, Computer Alliance, Wireless 1 and Kogan.

Leo Stevenson
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