I meant the title’s meaning to come across in a good way, of course, where the IPS5 series of monitors from LG is said to feature upgrades that boast expert color calibration so that whatever you see remains sharp and true. The IPS5 series will sport outstanding color reproduction technology that targets enterprise customers and photographers, so the home crowd might want to give this a miss instead.
The IPS5 series will replace TN (twisted nematic) panels in place of IPS, where the color accuracy is excellent par none. Delivering exceptionally realistic images with enhanced color accuracy, LG experts have even prepared a report on color-calibration for your peace of mind, making it one of the rare few high-end professional graphics monitors that delivers such a guarantee, making it as real life as possible.
Color temperatures are maintained at an optimum level of around 6,500K (Kelvin), which ensures that whatever colors reproduced here are as close to the original and consistent as possible. There is even the Dual Package feature that allows the IPS5 to be easily configured as a second display. No idea on pricing, but the IPS5 series will be out this month. [Press Release]
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