LG’s 4K HDR10 32UD99 monitor will release in April for £950

LG's 4K HDR10 32UD99 monitor will release in April for £950

LG’s 4K HDR10 32UD99 monitor will release in April for £950

 
At CES 2017 we have seen a lot of HDR ready displays, though the big question that consumers have been asking is when we will see these displays hit the market? 
 
LG has now announced that their 4K HDR10 32-inch 32UD99 monitor will release in the first half of April 2017 for an expected retail price of £950.   
 
The LG 32UD99 will use an IPS panel and will support 95% of the DCI-P3 colour space, making this one of the most accurate monitors available for professional use and capable od displaying HDR content from both PCs and modern consoles.
 
This display supports the HDR10 standard, offering enhanced brightness levels and a ultra-wide colour gamut range, making this display ideal for image/video editing and viewing HDR ready media. The 32UD99 also support USB type-c, which can be used to display 4K content, charge a connected device and transfer data at the same time, making this a very handy display if you occasionally connect a laptop to it. 

  

LG's 4K HDR10 32UD99 monitor will release in April for £950

 

A price of £950 is quite affordable for a professional-grade 4K display of this size, offering both a high resolution and a screen size that is suitable for use with minimal display scaling.   

At this time it is expected that this display will have a maximum refresh rate of 60Hz, though LG has already confirmed that this display will support AMD’s FreeSync technology. Right now this display’s FreeSync Range has not been confirmed. 

 

You can join the discussion on LG’s HDR10 32UD99 display on the OC3D Forums. 

 

LG's 4K HDR10 32UD99 monitor will release in April for £950

LG’s 4K HDR10 32UD99 monitor will release in April for £950

 
At CES 2017 we have seen a lot of HDR ready displays, though the big question that consumers have been asking is when we will see these displays hit the market? 
 
LG has now announced that their 4K HDR10 32-inch 32UD99 monitor will release in the first half of April 2017 for an expected retail price of £950.   
 
The LG 32UD99 will use an IPS panel and will support 95% of the DCI-P3 colour space, making this one of the most accurate monitors available for professional use and capable od displaying HDR content from both PCs and modern consoles.
 
This display supports the HDR10 standard, offering enhanced brightness levels and a ultra-wide colour gamut range, making this display ideal for image/video editing and viewing HDR ready media. The 32UD99 also support USB type-c, which can be used to display 4K content, charge a connected device and transfer data at the same time, making this a very handy display if you occasionally connect a laptop to it. 

  

LG's 4K HDR10 32UD99 monitor will release in April for £950

 

A price of £950 is quite affordable for a professional-grade 4K display of this size, offering both a high resolution and a screen size that is suitable for use with minimal display scaling.   

At this time it is expected that this display will have a maximum refresh rate of 60Hz, though LG has already confirmed that this display will support AMD’s FreeSync technology. Right now this display’s FreeSync Range has not been confirmed. 

 

You can join the discussion on LG’s HDR10 32UD99 display on the OC3D Forums.