Back in the day, monitors with Full HD resolutions were considered the best, but fast forward to today, monitors with Full HD resolution are considered the norm and the minimum resolution that they should sport if they want to be worth considering. Now if you’re looking to move beyond Full HD, LG has a couple of monitors that you might be interested in.
The company has recently unveiled their latest series of monitors and if you’re a professional who might require an ultra wide display, LG has three new UltraWide Monitors for you in the form of the UC98, UC88, and UM88. The former two will be of the curved variety which supposedly makes it a more immersive experience, and the latter is a flat type of the normal variety.
They will all picture quality enhancing IPS display technology and have been streamlined for multitasking. They will all also sport QHD (3440 x 1440) display resolutions, along with Thunderbolt 2 connectivity for the UC98 and the UM88. The UC88 will also come in either 29-inch or 34-inch sizes, support for AMD’s FreeSync technology and is aimed mostly at gamers.
Now if ultra wide isn’t your thing, LG also has you covered with its Ultra HD 4K monitors. There will be two new additions added to the lineup in the form of the UD88 and UD68. They feature USB Type-C connectivity and are aimed at the professional who might require the higher resolution for their work, like photo or video editing. The UD88 also offers color presets including the popular Rec. 709 and SMPTE-C broadcasting standards. This allows users to quickly adjust the picture on the screen based on the content on the screen.
Unfortunately pricing was not mentioned nor was availability, so we guess we’ll just have to wait for more details to emerge during CES 2016 next year.