The truth is that the 4K screens are being standardized due to the drop in prices in the sector and especially the departure of new technologies that lower costs, especially for low hertz panels. Today, LG has released the 32UL750-W, a 32-inch (technically a 31.5-inch) 4K Ultra HD monitor with DisplayHDR 600 certification.
LG “32UL 750-W” corresponds to the HDR standard “VESA Display HDR ™ 600” developed by VESA, adopting a 4K resolution (3840 × 2160) panel. HDR can express bright parts brighter and darker parts with deeper black, and it is possible to clearly depict fine-grained images that were difficult to identify colors in the conventional SDR (Standard Dynamic Range) is.
In addition, the image quality algorithms such as tone mapping and ultra luminance also incorporate the “HDR effect” mode that converts conventional SDR video to HDR image quality. Its panel is VA, which brings good viewing angles of 178º / 178º respectively and rather high brightness and contrast, specifically 400 cd / m2 and 3000: 1. This makes it compatible with the DCI-P3 color gamut by 95 %.
LG 32UL 750-W frequency is 60 Hz, we do maintain FreeSync and equally low response time, only 4 ms GTG. As for their connections, will carry a DisplayPort and 2 HDMI to which we must add a minijack for headphones.
Furthermore, by installing USB Type-C ™, it supports not only data transfer but also video/audio data transfer and charging of mobile device (maximum 60W) with one cable. Also equipped with 5W + 5W stereo speakers, enjoying video gaming as well as AMD RADEON ™ FreeSync ™ technology and other PC games and console gaming machines.
In addition, it adopts a stand that supports height adjustment of 110 mm, it implements flicker safe, blue light reduction mode, OnScreen Control function (software), etc. It is also a model considering the business scene. The LG 32UL 750-W is expected to be priced at around $750.
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