THE LG has just launched a beautiful new 4K monitor perfect for use on recent Macs, as it is powered by the USB-C interface.
The 32UL750-W (ah, those names …) is 31.5 inches diagonally, 3840 × 2160 pixel resolution (16: 9 aspect ratio), VESA Display HDR 600 certified, 95% DCI-P3 color range and technology support Radeon FreeSync.
The monitor has a very clean, with an aluminum arm that offers practical adjustment of height and front angle, in addition to built-in 5W stereo speakers.
At the rear, we have a respectable hub with a USB-C port with Power Delivery up to 60W, two USB-A, two HDMI, one DisplayPort 1.2, P2 audio input and output. Its response time is 4ms, with a refresh rate of 60Hz, 3000: 1 contrast and brightness of 400cd / m².
In the United States, the 32UL750-W has a suggested retail price of $ 750. It is just above the $ 700 that Apple charges for LG’s UltraFine 4K Display, but it is only 21.5 inches.