The tech giant, LG has just announced seemingly-powerful monitors that it’ll be launching at CES in a few weeks. First one is the 32UK950, a 32-inch 4K monitor with HDR support, Thunderbolt 3 connectivity, 98-percent P3 colour gamut coverage, and similar Nano IPS technology to LG’s LED TVs. However, the company isn’t revealing any further details about supported HDR formats. The press release does mention “HDR600,” which could be the company’s own name for a monitor with 600 nits peak brightness.
If you don’t consider 16:9 ratio wide enough, LG is also going to announce LG is also announcing the 34WK95U, a “5K ultrawide” version of the 32UK950. The resolution, 5120×2160, has the same vertical pixel count as LG 4K monitors.
LG will also have a new 1440p G-Sync monitor at CES. No further details provided on price or release date for any of these, but hopefully, that’ll happen in Vegas.