LG has just announced that it will be unveiling a range of 4K HDR monitors at the Consumer Electronics Show 2017 in January. The company will launch a 32 inch 4K HDR monitor at CES, the LG 32UD99 and the device will come out with support for HDR10.
The 32-inch monitor, carrying the model number 32UD99, will offer 3840×2160 4K resolution with support for the HDR10 standard. It uses an IPS panel with a claimed 95% coverage of the DCI-P3 color space, making it an ideal choice for the media content creators and professionals. In addition to HDR support, the new 32UD99 is also equipped with a USB Type-C port, which means that you can reduce cable clutter on your desk for a streamlined appearance. The monitor comes out with built-in speakers which utilize LG’s Rich Bass technology to deliver a full-bodies audio experience.
Other products that are slated to be showcased at CES 2017:
LG will also be showcasing the 34-inch 21:9 UltraWide Mobile+ Monitor (model 34UM79M), which is touted as the ‘world’s first Chromecast-enabled multimedia monitor’. It’ll allow users to seamlessly stream movies, games, music and more from mobile devices directly to the monitor.
It boasts Dual Controller Plus feature, which allows users to control both a PC and a smartphone/tablet via a single keyboard and mouse.
Some of other monitors that LG plans to bring to CES 2017 include the 34-inch UltraWide 34UC99 gaming monitor, which comes equipped with AMD FreeSync technology, 1ms Motion Blur Reduction, Dynamic Action Sync, Black Stabilizer and other value-added features to enhance the PC gaming experience.
LG will also be pulling the wraps off the new UltraFine series 5K and 4K displays. The key features are expected to be revealed during the launch.
CES 2017 is set to take place in the Las Vegas from January 5th to 8th in Las Vegas.