LG has announced 12 new monitors in sizes from 24 to 43 inches for use in the office, some models of which are also recommended for professional work with video due to their technical data. All models have features for ergonomic work in common, such as a flicker-free display, a display mode with a reduced blue component and the possibility of adjusting the height, tilting or tilting the monitors (some models can also be used vertically via pivot).
With the help of the OnScreen Control Tool, the screen can be divided into areas for different programs. All new business monitors have at least one DisplayPort and one HDMI connection; a dual controller mode allows two devices to be operated via USB with a keyboard and a mouse. Most of the models are already available, and some will be launched soon.
The four new, 24 and 27 inch monitors of the model series BN550Y and BN650Y all have an IPS display with FullHD resolution which covers 72 percent of the NTSC color space, but the typical brightness of 200 nits is below average. Their interfaces include DVI, DisplayPort and an HDMI connection.
The models 27BN65Q-B with 2,560 x 1,440 pixels (QHD) resolution and the three models 27BN55U-B, 32BN67U-B and 43BN70U- B with UltraHD resolution (3840 x 2160 pixels) in the classic 16: 9 format. All of these monitors use IPS panels and support HDR10 - but real HDR playback will probably not be possible due to the low brightness between 250 and 400 nits. These models have a DisplayPort and 2 HDMI interfaces.
The 43 inch 43BN70U has a color depth of 10-bit (8 + FRC), a brightness of 400 nits, as well as 4 HDMI and a USB-C connection. The 32BN67U&s 31.5 "4K IPS panel can also display 10-bit color depth. It has a brightness of 350 nits and a USB hub - it can also be color-calibrated via software.
The four new UltraWide models 29BN650-B, 34BN670-B, 34BN770-B and the 35BN77C-B in 21: 9 format offer more space in width. They have screen diagonals between 29 and 35 inches and resolutions of 2,560 x 1,080 (UltraWide Full HD) and 3,440 x 1,440 pixels (UltraWide QHD) and they are ideal for parallel work with several applications. All devices correspond to the HDR10 standard - however, they too (apart from the 34BN670 model) have rather low brightnesses of only 250-300 nits. A DisplayPort and two HDMI ports are available as interfaces.
The 34 "LG 34BN770 comes with a factory color-calibrated 8-bit display with a resolution of 3,440 x 1,440 with a brightness of 300 nits and 99% sRGB color space coverage. It is available in stores from around 480 euros.
The 34-inch 34BN670 stands out from the other models in terms of brightness, supports its 500 nits bright 2,560 x 1,080 pixel display in 21: 9 format, but in addition to HDR10 and FreeSync also supports the DisplayHDR400 standard and can display 99% of the sRGB color space . It is already available on the market at a price from 336 euros.
The 35-inch 35BN77C has a curved UWQHD display with 10-bit color depth, a resolution of 3,440 x 1,440 pixels, a dynamic refresh rate of 48-100 Hz via FreeSync and a brightness of 300 nits, which corresponds to the professional DCI-P3 color space 99 percent covered. In addition to HDMI and DisplayPort, it also has a USB-C interface. more infos at bei www.lg.com