LG readies Nano IPS HDR monitors for CES

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LG has announced that it will be showing off its first ever Nano IPS technology monitors at CES 2018 in January. In the said technology, nanometer-sized particles are applied on the screen's LED to absorb excess wavelengths.

There's also the LG 32UK950 (pictured below), which offers a 32-inch panel with a 4K resolution. By enhancing the intensity and purity of on-screen colors, LG claims this monitor will be able to deliver a more accurate and lifelike viewing experience.

This LG monitor can display 98 percent of the DCI-P3 color spectrum, comparable to monitors used to master Hollywood blockbusters. This will come with HDR600 support which means that it can support a peak brightness level of 600 nits, along with local dimming feature and 10-bit processing. It too comes with its own Thunderbolt 3 port, which will actually let you hook up a second 4K monitor to it if you wanted to daisy chain rather than plugging them directly into your graphics card. Moreover, the ultrawide monitor features 4-side edge borderless design and slim Edge-Arcline Stand.

"Most of us spend hundreds of hours in front of monitors every month and yet it's one of the least likely products to get upgraded when higher productivity is desired", said LG's Chang Ik-hwan. LG 34WK95U includes Nano IPS technology and HDR600 support just like the 32UK950, along with Thunderbolt 3 port, Edge-ArcLine Stand and 4-Side Edge Borderless Design.

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Another attention grabber from LG will be LG's latest QHD gaming monitor (model 34GK950G), which offers premium picture quality with Nano IPS technology and high-speed G-Sync technology.

The 34-inch 21:9 34WK95U 5K ultrawide monitor has been designed for people who like to multitask on one large monitor, thanks to a 5120 x 2160 resolution. The monitor is further supported by Thunderbolt 3 connections, which will allow users to connect two monitors on a single system.

Expect more details of the above, and we would hope to find out availability dates and pricing, early next year.

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