LG Australia has expanded its monitor range with two HDR 4K displays built to assist content creators and enhance a 4K gaming experience, available now from $1,199.
The models include a 27″ UHD 4K IPS monitor and 31.5″ UltraFine UHD 4K monitor with Thunderbolt 3.
The 27-inch model is HDR compatible with HDR10, supporting colour and brightness levels that exceed SDR monitors and supports VESA DisplayHDR 400.
It boasts AMD Radeon FreeSync technology for smoother gameplay plus LG Game Mode for an optimised gaming experience with three gaming pre-set modes.
The speaker features built-in 5W stereo speakers and can be pivoted 90 degrees, tilted, raised or lowered for an immersive gaming experience.
It supports USB Type-C to display UHD video, transfer data and charge a laptop or mobile device using a single cable.
The LG 31.5″ UltraFine 4K UHD LCD/LED Monitor with Thunderbolt 3 is also compatible with HDR10 and supports VESA DisplayHDR 600 for a new level of brightness performance for professional content creators.
The Thunderbolt 3 cable provides up to 60W of power for charging, fast data transmission speeds, and can daisy-chain for a dual monitor setup for MacBooks.
LG’s Nano Cell Technology in its IPS panel provides 98% DCI-P3 broad spectrum of colour to be seen at wide viewing angles.
The company calls this monitor its “most versatile Thunderbolt” monitor yet with slim bezel accentuated by the ArcLine stand and curved base for stability.
Find out more about LG’s 2019 monitors here.