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LG preparing 4K/UHD HDR monitor for CES 2017

by on16 December 2016

Couple of other monitors

LG has announced that it will show a couple of monitors at CES 2017 show in January including a gaming monitor, the world's first Chromecast-enabled monitor and the new 32-inch HDR10 3232UD99 monitor with 4K/UHD resolution, IPS panel and support for 95 percent of the DCI-P3 color range.

As noted, the new LG 32UD99 monitor will be based on a 32-inch IPS panel with 3840x2160 4K/UHD resolution and comes with support for  the HDR10 standard, offering enhanced brightness and better color gamut range, making it suitable for professional usage, like image and video editing. It also comes with a USB Type-C port, which allows it to be connected to a notebook and both charges the device and transfers the data at the same time.

In addition to the 32-inch 32UD99 HDR10, LG will also showcase the world's first Chromecast enabled monitor, the 34-inch 21:9 34UM79M. Such monitor should allow users to easily stream movies, games and more to it from a suitable mobile devices. According to LG, it will also allow users to use both a mobile device and a PC on a single screen via LG's Mobile+ Application.

LG will be also showing its new 34-inch 21:9 UltraWide 34UC99 gaming monitor with support for AMD Freesync technology and 1ms response time. Unfortunately, LG is keeping all the juicy details for the CES 2017 show.

We are quite sure that LG will be showing off a lot more than just monitors at CES 2017 but they do face a stiff competition in that part of the market, especially when it comes to gaming-oriented monitors, where Asus is really pushing hard.

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