CES will be happening from the 6th to 9th of January 2016, and LG cannot wait to unveil what it has for consumers. At its booth, the company will be showcasing a total of six monitors, catered to both digital professionals and gamers alike.
First we have the 34-inch Curved UltraWide monitor (34UC98). It has an aspect ratio of 21:9 and its main feature is the integration of Thunderbolt 2. The monitor uses an IPS panel, capable of displaying resolutions of up to 3440 x 1440.
For gamers, LG is offering the 34UC88 model which has the same 21:9 Curved UltraWide display. There is also the smaller 27-inch Ultra HD 4K monitor, model number 27UD68. Both these monitors utilise AMD’s latest FreeSync technology, promising to deliver a gaming experience free from choppy and tearing frames.
For professionals, LG will also debut the 34UM88 which is a flat UltraWide monitor. It has an aspect ratio of 21:9, which gives visual professionals more real estate to work on. Seeing that these artists work on large image and video files, LG has also integrated Thunderbolt 2 for faster connection speeds and increased work efficiency.
On top of that, LG also has an Ultra HD 4K monitor, model number 27UD88, to be displayed at CES 2016. It is a 27-inch monitor that has USB Type-C built in, allowing users to charge their laptops, and at the same time, project their content onto the monitor. This means that users have one less cable to worry about, since the display cable is already the power source. This monitor also offers popular colour presets such as Rec. 709 and SMPTE-C broadcasting standards, letting users easily adjust the colour of the monitor to their liking.
Lastly, LG’s model 24MP88 monitor is a 24-inch monitor that utilises an IPS panel, and features slim bezels to emulate an infinite display. Not only that, it also features an elegant Arcline Stand for that aesthetic touch.
Those interested in getting a new monitor can wait for what LG has to offer, but the wait will have to be until CES 2016 happens, which will take place next month.
(Source: LG Newsroom)