While many companies wait until CES to announce their new products, today LG stands out from the crowd by announcing its UltraFine OLED Por monitors for 2022. There are only two monitors in this range and they are both very similar. In fact, apart from the display sizes, they are more or less the same monitor, which makes it a lot easier to choose from.
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The 2022 UltraFine OLED monitors are available in two different display sizes: 27 inches (27BP95E) and 31.5 inches (32BP953). Apart from these display sizes, these monitors have identical data sheets. Both monitors output a 4K UHD resolution (3840 x 2160) with a contrast ratio of 1,000,000: 1. In addition, according to LG, both offer 99% DCI-P3 and Adobe RGB coverage, DisplayHDR 400 True Black and a response time of 1 ms.
These features aren’t as surprising to monitors aimed at creative types and artists as these monitors are. That 1ms response time could make these monitors a good choice for gamers, but since LG hasn’t published any refresh rate information in its spec lists today, we suspect they both use 60Hz panels, which isn’t ideal for PC gamers who value high frame rates.
Where these two monitors could definitely stand out from the crowd are their accessories. According to LG, both come with detachable self-calibration sensors that can be used in conjunction with LG Calibration Studio software to make automatic adjustments to color accuracy.
Both monitors also have a removable cover, which is rare with consumer monitors. As you can imagine, the hood has a self-explanatory use in that it can block external light and reduce glare, so users can make sure they see accurate colors as they work.
The IO options for both monitors are the same, with each monitor equipped with 90 W USB-C Power Delivery, one USB upstream port, three USB downstream ports, a single HDMI port and two DisplayPorts . The monitors also use a stand that allows them to be tilted and swiveled so that you can use one of these monitors to work completely vertically if your setup calls for it.
In the end, these UltraFine OLED monitors sound like pretty good displays, but there’s only one problem: LG hasn’t released any pricing details for them yet. Given the resolution, color space coverage, response time, and the fact that they’re OLED displays, we’d expect them to be relatively expensive. However, it seems we don’t know the details of the cost until we are close to releasing it. LG says both monitors will launch in « key markets » around the world next month, so we’ll be keeping an eye out for more details.
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