LG has announced two new 4K and 5K Ultrafine monitors. They work seamlessly with newly announced Apple MacBook Pro models and comes in two sizes of 21.5-inch and 27-inch respectively.
The 21.5-inch Ultrafine 4K monitor features 4096 x 2304 pixels resolution and 219ppi pixel density. It has an IPS panel that delivers 99% of P3 spectrum of brightness levels and more uniform color expression. It also includes three USB Type-C slots for video, data and power (possible over single cable). The LG 4K Ultrafine display has macOS integration and offers high-quality rich bass speakers. It has an adjustable stand as well.
The larger 27-inch Ultrafine 5K display offers 5120 x 2880 pixels resolution at 218ppi pixel density. It can receive and transfer 5K video, Audio and Data from MacBook Pro (2017) while simultaneously charging using its Thunderbolt 3. It feature in three USB Type-Co downstream ports, thus providing additional connectivity with compatible accessories. The Ultrafine 5K display comes with macOS integration as well and allows brightness and volume control with the need for physical button. Moreover, it is equipped with front-facing FaceTime camera and microphone for video conferencing and includes LG’s rich Bass enhanced speakers.
The LG 21.5-inch Ultrafine 4K display is priced at $ 699.95 and will go on sale in November 2016. The LG 27-inch Ultrafine 5K screen has price-tag of $1299.95 and will be available in December 2016.
Brian Kwon, president of LG Home Entertainment Company said –
We are excited to be introducing two highly advanced displays capable of meeting the needs of even the most demanding Mac users. Not only do these UltraFine displays offer stunning picture quality, they will usher in a new age of connectivity, helping creative users achieve optimal efficiency in their homes, studios or offices.