LG has rolled out new entries in its Ultra range of premium monitors, including the UltraGear, UltraWide, and UltraFine series.
Aimed at gamers, digital artists, and technology professionals, the Ultra range is designed for both home and office news.
The new monitors deliver premium productivity and entertainment experiences, according to Jang Ik-hwan, senior vice president and head of the IT business unit of LG Electronics Business Solutions Company.
“From immersive gaming to professional-level productivity and performance, LG’s cutting-edge Ultra monitors have what it takes to satisfy the needs of today’s most discerning consumers.
“Our leadership position in the premium monitor segment is only sustainable if we continue to innovate with diverse new offerings designed for current and new customers alike.”
The new UltraGear gaming monitors – the 27-inch 4K 27GP950, 32-inch QHD 32GP850 and 34-inch QHD 34GP950G – each feature Nano IPS one-millisecond Grey-to-Grey (GTG) displays and wide colour gamuts. In particular, the 34-inch monitor has been recognised with a 2021 CES Innovation Award and features NVIDIA G-Sync Ultimate for optimum picture quality.
The 40-inch LG UltraWide monitor 40WP95C has also received a CES Innovation Award, and features a curved Nano IPS display with 5K2K UltraWide (5,120 x 2,160) resolution and 21:9 aspect ratio. According to LG, it can cover up to 98 per cent of the DCI-P3 colour space and 135 percent of the sRGB colour space, and has Thunderbolt 4 built in.
LG’s UltraFine Display OLED Pro (model 32EP950) is a 31.5-inch 4K monitor pitched at creative industry professionals, such as VFX artists and film or animation studio producers. Its self-emissive OLED display has a contrast ratio of 1,000,000:1, accompanied by independent dimming control of its more than eight million pixels to avoid the “halo effect”.
The new Ultra monitors are all on display at LG’s virtual exhibition booth.