The tech giant, LG’s latest monitor is a big screen aimed at every heavy multi-tasker. It’s 42.5 inches wide, and has enough ports to show four screens at once from different sources, and is currently available for pre-order for $697. Interested? Let’s dive in.
Unveiled last week, LG’s latest monitor is a 42.5-inch screen, which boasts a UHD resolution of 3840×2160. While its 4K IPS panel will also feature the non-glare coating and a contrast ratio of up to 1000:1.
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Among the other amazing features, the monster-screen offers standard refresh rate of 60Hz, peak brightness level of 350 cd/m2, 8ms gray-to-gray (GTG) response time and viewing angles of 178 degrees – horizontally and vertically.
As far as connectivity goes, LG’s 42.5 inch has plenty of ports. The moniter is equiped with two HDMI 2.0 inputs capable of running 4K video at 60Hz, two HDMI 1.4 inputs running 4K at 30Hz, one USB 3.1 Type-C port with support for DP Alt Mode, as well as one DisplayPort 1.2 with FreeSync running 4K at 60Hz.
Company has also built a Dual Controller feature into the 43UD79-B, which means users can plug two computers to the monitor and use the same mouse and keyboard setup to interact with both systems.
The monitor will launch in Japan on May 19 at the price of around 83,000 yen, while in US, the retailers are already offering pre-orders for $697, with plans to start shipping on May 9.