LG’s latest monitors make the most of Thunderbolt 3 technology, using the USB Type-C based port to its fullest. Neither the LG 34WK95U nor the 32UK950 require a separate adapter cable, instead being able to draw both power and input signal through Thunderbolt 3.
The LG 34WK95U is a 34-inch, 5K resolution monitor that offers High Dynamic Range and designed for those looking for a single monitor solution. The panel features a resolution of 5,120 x 2,160 pixels, 21:9 aspect ratio and a refresh rate of 60Hz for smooth and sharp images. Meanwhile the LG 32UK950 is a 32-inch monitor that supports ‘only’ 4K, but it comes with nano IPS technology that promises a little bit more accurate and intense colours than others in the market. It also supports up to 98 percent of the DCI-P3 colour space, making it a great addition for video colour graders to use in their workflow. LG is looking to promote this monitor to Thunderbolt 3 equipped laptops, which can support 4K daisy chaining.
While the monitors are not fully bezel-less, the two models here have slim bezels that makes you think the display goes from edge to edge. No prices from LG as of yet, and no availability as well. We expect these monitors to arrive on the global market place sometime early next year though.
(Source: LG Newsroom)