LG launches a handful of new products at the Consumer Electronics Show every year and 2017 is going to be no different. The company has a habit of announcing different products at different times, it usually confirms several products before CES even kicks off. That’s precisely what it’s doing today for its new 4K HDR monitor. LG has confirmed that it’s going to launch a new 4K HDR monitor at the Consumer Electronics Show 2017 next month.

The HDR-compatible 32 inch UHD 4K monitor bearing model number 32UD99 will be the flagship product in the company’s monitor lineup. Touting 3840×2160 pixels, it has support for HDR10 standard and is equipped with an IPS panel.

The monitor features borderless edges and comes with a slim ArcLine stand to complete its refind image. Only a single cable is required to stream images to the 4K display, execute data transfers, charge a connected laptop, and more. That’s because it also features a USB Type-C port. The monitor’s built-in speakers include LG’s Rich Bass technology for an enhanced audio experience.

lg-32-4k-32ud99_monitorLG is also going to showcase the 34 inch 21:9 UltraWide Mobile Monitor at the Consumer Electronics Show 2017 in Las Vegas. It’s the first Chromecast-enabled multimedia monitor which enables users to easily stream media from a mobile device to the monitor.

The company is going to confirm pricing and availability information for the monitors at a later date.

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