The tech giant LG declared that it will be displaying 3 new 4K HD monitors in the CES event in 2017 that will be held in Nevada at Las Vegas.
The 1st monitor is a 32-inch 4K screen having a pixel ratio of 3840 x 2160. This will support HDR 10 standard. The monitor is capable to five improved brightness. The monitor is able to present almost 95% if DCI-P3 color along with an IPS panel. For more accurate colors, the monitor is integrated with Color Pro technology. Along come built-in speakers for rich audio and support to USB Type-C.
Secondly, the next monitor is a 34-inch screen with screen ratio of 21:9. This will be an UktraWide monitor and 34UM79M will be the model number. The monitor will have support to Chromecast. It comes with a Dual Controller Plus functionality which will allow the user to control PC and monitor with single keyboard. With the of Mobile+ Monitor app of LG, users can arrange the settings of monitor such as volume, input, PBP/PIP, aspect ratio, and more.
Thirdly, the firm will display its gaming monitor with 21:9 UltraWide screen. With model number 34UC99, it is outfitted with FreeSync technology by AMD and has functions such as dynamic action sync, 1ms motion blur reduction, black stabilizer, and more.
With such phenomenal monitors, LG is likely to rule the market again. So friends, what do you think about these monitors? Share your comments with us. Do you have any suggestions or any feature that you would like this monitors to have? Feel free to share that as well.