“Currently shipping in Japan for ¥76,800 (Rs 50,500 approx.), the monitor is expected to launch in other markets at a similar price”
LG has introduced a new mid-range monitor in Japan which offers 4K resolution, wide viewing angles, a very good contrast ratio and even a built-in USB hub for ¥76,800 (Rs 50,500 approx.). The 31.5-inch LG 32UL750-W display also sports a USB-C port, meaning it can easily connect with the recent MacBooks, Mac desktops and even the the new iPad Pro. LG is expected to launch it in other markets soon at a similar price point.
The screen offers 3840×2160 pixel resolution, 400 nits typical brightness and 600 nits peak brightness, 3000:1 contrast ratio, 178° viewing angles both horizontally and vertically, 60 Hz refresh rate (with FreeSync), and a 4 ms response time. LG claims that it can produce 1.07 billion colours and comes calibrated from the factory. The monitor also come with support for a number of gamer centric features including LG’s Black Stabiliser (makes dark scenes brighter) and Dynamic Action Sync (minimises input lag), in addition to the already mentioned AMD FreeSync.
In terms of connectivity the LG 32UL750-W monitor offers a pair of HDMI 2.0b ports and a DisplayPort 1.2 input in addition to the lone USB Type-C connector. The USB-C port is capable of providing up to 60W of PD (power delivery) power for charing your MacBook. The built-in hub also offers two USB Type-A 3.0 ports. Speaking of the audio, the LG monitor has two 5W speakers and a headphone output port. Lastly the stand can be adjusted both in terms of the tilt and height.