LG launches their Dual-Up 16:18 monitor for multi-tasking

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LG launches their Dual-Up 16:18 monitor for multi-tasking

LG's new 28MQ780 monitor is ideal for multi-tasking

Dual-monitor setups are ideal for multitasking, allowing users to look at several data sets simultaneously or to quickly switch from one task to another. For multi-tasking environments, LG has created a new monitor that's designed to offer users a dual-screen experience with a single display. This screen is the LG 28MQ780, a monitor that is also known as the LG Dual-Up.

The Dual-Up features a display resolution of 256xx2880, a 16:18 resolution that's equivalent to two 1440p screens that have been stacked on top of each other. This screen's size is equivalent to two stacked 21.5-inch screens, with the entire screen being 28-inches in size diagonally.

LG launches their Dual-Up 16:18 monitor for multi-tasking

LG's Dual-Up uses a Nano IPS display panel, and the screen overs 98% of the DCI-P3 colour gamut. The screen features dual HDMI inputs and a DisplayPort input, allowing the screen to be connected to most modern devices. 

Through USB-C, the Dual-Up can connect to devices and deliver users up to 90W of power. This is ideal for use with connected laptops and other portable devices. Using other connectors, this screen can also be used with two devices simultaneously. Integrated into this screen is two 7W speakers.   

LG has listed their Dual-Up 28MQ780 monitor with an MSRP of $699 in the US and €699 in Europe. 

You can join the discussion on LG's Dual-Up 28MQ780 monitor on the OC3D Forums

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18-06-2022, 16:47:46

NeverBackDown
I actually like this idea. Get two side by side for 4 screens in a space of 2 monitorsQuote

19-06-2022, 11:07:01

Warchild
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Originally Posted by NeverBackDown View Post
I actually like this idea. Get two side by side for 4 screens in a space of 2 monitors
Our network users, have these at work. Not quite the same, but they try to achieve what LG have provided.

2 monitors like this placed vertical, either side of a 27inch screen. Smart thinking from LG.Quote

19-06-2022, 11:32:17

NeverBackDown
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Originally Posted by Warchild View Post
Our network users, have these at work. Not quite the same, but they try to achieve what LG have provided.

2 monitors like this placed vertical, either side of a 27inch screen. Smart thinking from LG.
Yeah I was thinking about this productivity reasons. If I was in a development environment having one side be code and the other side be all my testing for whatever application it is would be quite nice. Vertical space is a luxury when coding lolQuote

20-06-2022, 00:11:20

Bartacus
It looks like they could be used for monitoring as well. At work they actually flipped to using big screen TVs, that way Ops people could see big red alerts better. But the TVs still aren't fantastic to read text on. I could see these being very useful in a similar fashion, monitoring windows on top, with console windows below for taking action, SSHing / RDPing into problem servers, etc.Quote

20-06-2022, 00:24:54

Dawelio
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Originally Posted by Bartacus View Post
It looks like they could be used for monitoring as well. At work they actually flipped to using big screen TVs, that way Ops people could see big red alerts better. But the TVs still aren't fantastic to read text on. I could see these being very useful in a similar fashion, monitoring windows on top, with console windows below for taking action, SSHing / RDPing into problem servers, etc.
That's more down to the cameras being used and how high quality they are. We have very good monitors and TVs for that matter, but the image quality is mediocre due to the cameras don't have that high quality of an picture.Quote
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