LG to offer one more ultra wide monitor

LG to offer one more ultra wide monitor

The Korean LG will release a new ultra wide monitor sometime in June of this year that will belong to the company’s UltraWide line of monitors. The new company product will be called 27MU67 and will pack a 27-inch display as the name of the device suggests.

The upcoming LG 27MU67 ultra wide monitor will be based on AH-IPS technology and will work at 4K resolution ((3840 x 2160 pixels), featuring a 16:9 aspect ratio and 178-degree viewing angles. The monitor will have 350 cd/m2 of brightness, a static contrast ratio of 1000:1, 4 ms of response time, support for 10-bit colors and 99 per cent sRGB and Adobe RGB color coverage.

In the back the LG 27MU67 will have two HDMI ports, one mini Display port and one DisplayPort connectors. The monitor will use a stand that will allow users to tilt the display and adjust it in the best way possible for them and will offer LG’s Black Stabilizer technology that helps display black colors in the most natural way. The LG 27MU67 will also have several pre-set modes including Game Mode, a 4-Screen Split system that splits the display in four equal segments and AMD FreeSync technology.

Once released the upcoming LG 27MU67 will sell for USD 615.

Source: LG

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