LG Mid-range 31.5-inch LG 32UL750-W Monitor With 4K Resolution Launched

LG Mid-range 31.5-inch LG 32UL750-W Monitor With 4K Resolution Launched

LG Mid-range 31.5-inch LG 32UL750-W Monitor With 4K Resolution Launched

by February 10, 2019

LG has introduced a new mid-range monitor in Japan. The monitor offers 4K screen resolution, wide viewing angles, and features a very good contrast ratio. The monitor comes with a built-in USB hub. The cost of the device is ¥76,800 which converts to roughly Rs 50,500.

The monitor is a 31.5-inch LG 32UL750-W display. It comes with a USB-C port which means that it can seamlessly connect with devices such as the latest MacBooks, Mac desktops and even the new iPad Pro. The company will soon launch this device in other international markets at a similar price range.

The screen features a resolution of 3840×2160 pixels. It comes with 400 nits of typical brightness and 600 nits peak brightness. It offers a contrast ratio of 3000:1 and a viewing angle of 178° both horizontally and vertically. The monitor comes with a refresh rate of 60 Hz with FreeSync and a 4 ms response time.

As per the company, the monitor can produce 1.07 billion colours and all these colours are in-built into the monitor as it is calibrated from the factory itself. The monitor is also a delight for gaming enthusiasts as it supports several gamer centric features such as LG’s Black Stabiliser which make dark scenes brighter, and the Dynamic Action Sync which minimises the input lag. These features are in addition to the AMD FreeSync.

As for the connectivity options, the LG 32UL750-W monitor comprises a pair of HDMI 2.0b ports and a DisplayPort 1.2 input. It also offers a USB Type-C connector which is equipped to provide 60W of PD (power delivery) to enable users to charge their MacBooks. The built-in hub also boasts of two USB Type-A 3.0 ports. As for the audio experience, users can enjoy two 5W speakers and a headphone output port with the LG monitor. The stand on which the monitor fits can be adjusted in terms of both the height as well as its tilt.