LG offers 4K And 5K The Ultrafine monitors, designed in partnership with Apple, can be purchased through the Apple Store to replace Apple’s super expensive Pro Display XDR, but have not been updated since 2019, and the 4K model will be sold from Apple’s site.
Apple also makes other ultrafine monitors that are not promoted, including LG New LG Ultrafine Ergo, We thought we’d check out our latest YouTube video for those looking for the latest LG technology.
LG’s new Ultrafine 4K Ergo Monitor comes in 32 inches, larger than the 27 – inch 5K Ultrafine and 23.7 – inch 4K Ultrafine displays, Apple offers in its online store. It’s affordable at just 99,699, the same price as the 4K Ultrafine currently sold by Apple.
LG’s Ergo display gets its name because of its flexibility. It can be swapped, pivoted, tilted and adjusted to suit any desk setting, and is easy to set up thanks to the C-clamp attached to a desk.
The height can be adjusted from 0 to 130 mm, as an example, it can vary up to 280 degrees, it pivots up to 90 degrees (and can be used vertically) and offers a slope of 25 degrees in both directions. It can be stretched or retracted from 0 to 180 mm. Be sure to watch our video above to see its diverse functionality.
The clamp design includes an off-center monitor arm, which provides space under the monitor for desk items, and has a modern design suitable for most decor.
It has a USB-C port with power delivery up to 60W, two HDMI ports, two USB-A ports, a display port and a 3.5mm headphone jack. The 60-inch power delivery is ideal for 13-inch MacBook Pro Or 13 inches MacBook Air, It can charge 15 or 16-inch MacBook Pro models, but it may not be able to maintain maximum usage. In such cases, you will need to use the dedicated charging cable and power adapter that came with the Mac.
In terms of display quality, we found it to be decent on our inspection. This is not the quality you get from things like this iMac This is because it does not have a high pixel density, but it is comparable to other monitors in its price point.
Color accuracy was excellent, offering 350 nights of brightness and 1000: 1 aspect ratio. It has a 60 Hz display with 5 ms response time, so it is not suitable for gaming.
Although it’s a large monitor at 32 inches, it is still compatible with most desk sizes due to its desk size and ability to position in multiple directions. Higher display sizes are useful for multitasking with multiple windows, and we found it to fit comfortably into three larger windows.
Overall, the low pixel density minus this is a solid monitor at its price point, and it is worth checking out those in the market for the new display.