LG announces the 27UD58-B monitor

LG announces the 27UD58-B monitor

The time of 4K technology in our rooms has become one step closer – the Korean tech company LG has announced the 27UD58-B 4K monitor, which offers a large display too. And you get all this for a price that we cannot call really high.

The 27UD58-B boasts a large 27-inch display that works at 3840 x 2160 pixels. In addition to this the latest LG monitor uses AH-IPS technology and offers 5 ms of response time, a dynamic contrast ratio of 1000:1 and 250 cd/m² of brightness. The 27UD58-B supports AMD’s FreeSync technology as well as Flicker-Free and Blue Light Reduction. We will not go into details here as these two technologies describe their functions rather well. This LG monitor, however, can be used in portrait mode only but on the other hand it supports VESA stands. At the back the 27UD58-B comes with one HDMI 1.4 port, one HDMI 2.0 port and a DisplayPort connector.

The monitor will be available in Japan on July 27 where it will sell for around USD 485.

Source: LG

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