At the Consumer Electronics Show, LG is announcing its first 4K OLED monitor catered for creative professionals. Part of its top-end lineup of monitors, the new LG UltraFine OLED Pro sports a punching 8 million pixels, as well as a stunning 1,000,000:1 contrast ratio.
Though LG is not sharing pricing and availability, the new display is sized at 31.5 inches. Its panel also covers 99% of the DCI-P3 and Adobe RGB color spectrum, which are key factors for color accuracy and content creation. The rear of the monitor, meanwhile, sports a wide range of connections, including USB-C with power delivery for charging laptops, DisplayPort, traditional USB-A ports, and HDMI.
LG’s teaser video for the monitor shows it in a wide range of scenarios, including in studios for video and photo editing, as well as in use for design and 3D creation. As an OLED monitor, the LG UltraFine OLED Pro also will sport more accurate colors over traditional LCD panels. LG’s video highlights the individual dimming on each of the pixels, and “Perfect Scene with OLED Pixel Dimming HDR.” technology.
But this isn’t the first monitor that LG announced at CES 2021. It also unleashed a new 34-inch 160Hz ultrawide gaming display, the LG UltraGear 27GP950. 4K gaming monitors with high refresh rates are finally possible, thanks to the next generation of PC graphics. The LG UltraGear monitor also supports HDMI 2.1, according to PCGamer, which allows for Variable Refresh Rates, Dynamic HDR, and Quick Media Switching.
In the television space, meanwhile, LG’s latest is centered around processing power, as well as brightness boosts. The company also introduced new A-series TVs to make OLED technology more important.
Also at CES 2021, LG announced updates for its lineup of Gram laptops. The laptops take on the Dell XPS lineup. It sports 16:10 aspect ratio screens, as well as Intel’s latest 11th generation Tiger Lake processors under the hood. LG expanded the lineup to five variants, including the Gram 17, Gram 16, Gram 14, and two new 14-inch and 15-inch 2-in-1 models.
With the pandemic forcing CES 2021 into an all-virtual event, all of these products can be seen on LG’s global website. You can experience the products virtually and interact with each of the virtual “halls” in the comfort of your own home. And be sure to check out our CES Experience for insider interviews you won’t see anywhere else.
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