Before THE ARRIVAL OF CES 2020, LG unveiled the mystery of the 2020 Ultra display. The new products include five models, 32UN880 for the UltraFine Ergo (Office, Ergonomics) family, 27GN950 / 34GN850 / 38GN950 and 38WN95C for the Ultra Ultra (Ultra Broadband Fish Screen) family. All three products feature IPS panels that support HDR content display.
Specifically, the UltraFine Ergo 32UN880 abandons the traditional support base, but instead the clip is fixed with a cantilever-mounted bracket above, the screen supports a 70-degree swing, a 25-degree swing up and down, and a maximum of 280 degrees rotation to accommodate a variety of scenarios, such as live, standing office, external demonstrations, etc.
Core parameters, 31.5 inch 4K screen, covering 95% P3 color gamut, 350 nit brightness, 60Hz refresh rate, 5ms response time, HDR10, AMDsync frame rate synchronization, interface provides 1 USB-C, two HDMI, 1 DP and so on.
The UltraGear 27GN950 game display is a 27-inch 4K 144Hz display (overclockable to 160Hz, G-SYNC compatible) with 98% P3 color gaming, 1ms gray-scale response time, and 450 nit brightness.
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Certified by DisplayHDR 600 (34GN850 is DisplayHDR 400 certified), it offers 2 HDMI interfaces, 1 DP interface, headphone hole and three USB traditional interfaces.
Finally, UltraWide 38WN95C, 37.5-inch QHD plus (3840 x 1600) nano IPS panel, 98% P3 color gamut, DisplayHDR 600 certification, 144Hz refresh rate (G-SYNC), 1ms gray scale response time, The interface has one more Thunder3 than UltraGear.