One of the things that are increasingly important for users is that their accessories take up as little space as possible at home without sacrificing good quality in their use. This is just what the new monitors that the LG company has announced that, among other things, offer 4K quality screens.
The panels of the new models are IPS type, which in principle ensures a good quality since, in addition, they offer a color coverage of 95% (DCI-P3). This additionally allows them to offer full compatibility with HDR10 , so watching movies from sources like Netflix at the highest possible quality is no problem for LG’s new models.
One of the most striking is the so-called UltraFine Ergo (32UN880). This 32-inch monitor includes a different support that allows you to move the screen in virtually any direction and, therefore, they fit all kinds of needs (an example is that it reaches 280 degrees horizontally and, vertically, the twenty five).
Other good details of this model is that it does not lack a pair of HDMI ports; USB type C ; and even includes a DisplayPort connection. In addition, it is important to comment that the response time is 5 milliseconds , so it allows all kinds of uses.
Models to play that LG has announced
Apart from the monitor that we have mentioned before and that stands out for the space savings that it allows thanks to its support – which serves as a base -, the Asian company has shown other models that are specially designed for game lovers. These are the following: UltraGear 27, 34 and 38 inches (27GN950, 34GN850 and 38GN950).
All of them offer 4K resolution with IPS panels that, in this case, offer a response of only one millisecond , so the user loses nothing from the games in which he participates. In addition, it is important to comment that the frequency is 144 Hz – it can be increased to 160 – and there are different brightness options (always edible with DisplayHDR and G-Sync):
- 34-inch model reaches 400 nits
- 27 and 38 inch models reach 600 nits
A final curved model has also been announced
This is the 38-inch Curved UltraWide (38WN95C). We speak of a monitor with an IPS screen with an identical response to the previous ones for games and that has a resolution of 3,840 x 1,600. It offers support for DisplayHDR 600 and has an additional Thunderbolt 3 type port, making it a good option for those with Apple computers.
Like the rest of the models, it is expected that its launch will be at CES 2020, which will be held at the beginning of the year in Las Vegas (USA) and, for now, there is no data on the price of each one.