Space-saving and flexible? LG launches the new UltraFine Ergo display
With the development of science and technology, from the "big belly" to the subsequent LCD display, people have gradually paid attention to saving space while pursuing performance. Prior to the CES 2020 conference, LG was eager to unravel the mystery of the new display, a display that can save space. This display is different from the traditional display positioning method and is equipped with a special movable bracket to fix the display on the edge of the table and minimize the space occupied by the table.
The first is a 32-inch UltraFine Ergo display, which is comparable to the space-saving Space display released this year by Samsung. Thanks to its cantilevered bracket, it can rotate the display horizontally 280 degrees and tilt it up and down 25 degrees. It uses a 4K IPS panel, 95% DCI-P3 color gamut coverage and supports HDR 10, 5ms response time and AMD FreeSync image tear-proof technology. In addition, a single USB-C provides power and data transmission and provides 2 × HDMI and DP interfaces.
Apparently LG hasn't forgotten the players and, for game users, has also introduced three new UltraGear displays. They are 27 inches (27GN950), 34 inches (34GN850) and 38 inches (38GN950). As a previous update, the 27 and 38 inch versions support HDR 600 and the 34 inch version supports HDR 400. In addition, the display resolution is 4K and the response time is 1 ms. The display refresh rate is 144Hz and can also be overclocked to 160Hz.
In addition to the two products presented above, LG has also launched a 38-inch curved screen, Curved UltraWide (38WN95C), with a resolution of 3840 × 1600, a curved IPS card, corresponding to 98% coverage of the DCI-P3 color gamut and 144Hz The refresh rate supports G-Sync and HDR 600 technology. In addition, it provides a Thunderbolt 3, 2 sets of HDMI and a DisplayPort interface.
I believe everyone will be looking forward to looking at the new products announced by LG. At that time, these products will be unveiled at the CES2020. I wonder if everyone's wallet is still ready?