LG has announced that it will be showing off its first ever Nano IPS technology monitors at CES 2018 in January. The new range consists of three models offering 32- and 34-inch diagonals, with one of them aimed squarely at the gaming crowd.
In its explanation of Nano IPS technology, LG says its benefits stem from the application of nanometre-sized particles to the screen’s LED to absorb excess light wavelengths. This results in greatly enhanced intensity and purity of on-screen colours for a more accurate and life-like viewing experience, says the firm.
This UHD 4K 32-inch monitor can display 98 percent of the DCI-P3 colour spectrum, which LG says is “comparable to monitors used to master Hollywood blockbusters”. Prosumers will appreciate the HDR 600 certified display, the Thunderbolt 3 docking functionality (with daisy chaining and up to 60W power delivery), the signature Edge-ArcLine Stand, and 4-Side Edge Borderless Design.
With 34-inches and UHD 5K visuals in an ultra-wide format (5120 x 2160 pixels), many might prefer this monitor for its multi-tasking friendliness. Again HDR600 is supported and the colour gamut and accuracy is good for prosumer work. LG says that the 34WK95U connects via Thunderbolt 3 to display 5K resolution images at 60Hz with a single cable. Again the Edge-ArcLine Stand, and 4-Side Edge Borderless Design are utilised.
Here is an attractive sounding new gaming monitor from LG. If you are an Nvidia GPU user you will appreciate its built-in G-Sync technology. The 34GK950G has a 34-inch screen, again using the new Nano IPS technology, and it offers a QHD resolution. LG has HDR certification it has gained.
Expect more details of the above, and we would hope to find out availability dates and pricing, early next year.