LG Unveils Three DisplayHDR 600-rated Monitors

Gearing up for this year’s CES, LG has just announced three new monitors and they all seem to offer some great promise, all vowing to deliver DisplayHDR 600-rated visuals, meaning they would be able to keep a wide dynamic range at 600 nits of brightness.

The first is the LG 34WK95U. It’s a 34-inch UltraWide 5K display that LG says is designed for video editors and other creative professionals that want experience side-by-side views with just one monitor. It’s also set to include a 21:9 aspect ratio, HDR support, 98-percent P3 color gamut coverage, over eleven million pixels, and a Thunderbolt 3 port that “enables the transmission of 5K resolution images at 60Hz with a single cable.”


Next up is the 32-inch LG 32UK950, a 4K display the sports nano ISP technology, which deals with the application of nanometer-sized particles to the screen’s LED to absorb excess light wavelengths. LG says that the addition of this tech will “greatly enhances the intensity and purity of on-screen colors for a more accurate and life-like viewing experience” and that it offers 98-percent P3 color gamut coverage. LG also says that it’s the first Thunderbolt 3 docking display to support 4K daisy chaining, “allowing a setup of dual 4K monitors.”


Lastly, LG unveiled a QHD gaming monitor, the LG 34GK950G, that packs in Nano IPS and G-Sync tech.

Chang Ik-hwan, head of LG’s IT business division, says that LG really tried to commit to delivering the best possible screen resolutions and user experience with these three new monitors.

“Most of us spend hundreds of hours in front of monitors every month and yet it’s one of the least likely products to get upgraded when higher productivity is desired,” said Ik-hwan. “With these latest premium monitors from LG, we wanted to communicate that LG is absolutely committed to delivering the best possible screen resolution and the best user experience on a desk or workspace.”

LG hasn’t disclosed the prices for the monitors, nor when they will begin to ship.

Sean Berry
Sean Berry
Sean Berry is Videomaker's Managing Editor.

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