A few years ago after working with Apple, LG unveiled their UltraFine series of monitors. For those who like the UltraFine series and wanted something new and updated, you’re in luck as LG has since taken the wraps off a couple of new LG UltraFine monitors in both 27-inch and 32-inch options, both of which have 4K resolutions and OLED panels.

For the most part, both displays are kind of similar to each other. They both share the same resolution and display technology, and also have a 1 million to 1 contrast ratio. They also feature self-calibration sensors, monitor hoods that can be detached, a 1ms response time, and a 60Hz refresh rate, so nothing too out of this world.

They also feature the use of USB-C ports with 90W power delivery, so you can charge your laptop while connecting it to the display with a single cable, great for MacBook Air or MacBook Pro owners who are looking for a more streamlined setup. There are also four additional USB ports, a pair of DisplayPort inputs, and a single HDMI port.

While pricing of the displays haven’t been mentioned yet, it should be noted that based on the previous models, we can expect the 32-inch model to be priced around $4,000, while the 27-inch model will most likely be priced around $2,000, if not higher.

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