LG has announced that it will be launching a new range of LG Ultra Monitors at CES 2020 in January; this will include UltraFine, UltraWide, and UltraGear monitors.
LG has also announced it will use the new logo and reveal TVs using the labeling at CES 2020, taking place in early January. LG brands these as “Real 8K TVs“, whether they’re in the company’s LG Signature OLED collection or the LCD-based 8K NanoCell TV range.
The Ergo is a 31.5-inch, 4K UHD display. LG’s UltraFine Ergo with the help of a clamp affixes itself to the back of your desk, giving you a hinge with a ton of flexibility over how to position the panel. You can even bend it back to face the opposite direction.
According to the specs-wise, this is a 32-inch 4K display with a 60Hz refresh rate, FreeSync support, 350 units of brightness, and 95-percent P3 gamut coverage. The pixel density is much lower than the smaller UltraFine 4K displays with a USB-C port to power the laptop that’s feeding it the display signal. Still, unlike the other UltraFine displays, it also has HDMI and DisplayPort outputs.
LG UltraGear, a gaming monitor, promises blistering speed and excellent picture quality. There are also 34 and 38-inch models available; they come with a 160Hz refresh as standard.
The final launch is LG’s new UltraWide Monitor. This curved, 38-inch UltraWide QHD+ model with 3,840 x 1600 resolution (almost 4K) and comes with the same 1ms Nano IPS display/144Hz refresh rate as the 27-inch UIltra Gear. It’s NVIDIA G-SYNC compatible and comes with Thunderbolt 3 connectivity.
The 3,840 x 1,600 screen touts IPS, a 1ms pixel response time, G-Sync compatibility and DisplayHDR 600 support, but it’s even more accurate than the Ergo with 98 percent coverage of the DCI-P3 space. There’s a Thunderbolt 3 port, too, so this might be ideal for Mac users and anyone else who wants one high-speed cable between their monitor and computer.