LG 5K Ultrawide Monitor to be unveiled at CES 2018

LG 5K Ultrawide Monitor to be unveiled at CES 2018

LG 5K Ultrawide Monitor to be unveiled at CES 2018

With its handsome signature Edge-ArcLine Stand and stunning 4-Side Edge Borderless Design where the picture literally drops off the edge, there is no mistaking this LG monitor for anything else.

LG will also unveil a new 1440p G-Sync monitor at CES 2018. In the said technology, nanometer-sized particles are applied on the screen's LED to absorb excess wavelengths. "This greatly enhances the intensity and purity of on-screen colors for a more accurate and life-like viewing experience", LG explains. This will come with HDR600 support which means that it can support a peak brightness level of 600 nits, along with local dimming feature and 10-bit processing. Both of these displays will have the ability to charge a connected laptop over the Thunderbolt connection.

The 34-inch monitor has a 21:9 aspect ratio and 5K resolution and a borderless display. That's stretching the definition of 5K, which is normally defined as 5120×2880, and the ultrawide panel doesn't have the same pixel density (11MP as opposed to 14.7MP). Since it is an ultra-wide screen, naturally is ideal for those who multi-task (video editors, photographers, software developers) on several programs or softwares.


The Korean giant LG is all set to release its Nano IPS technology sporting 5K UltraWide monitor alongside a 4K monitor.

As for other details, the LG 32UK950 offers Thunderbolt 3 connectivity and supports 4K daisy chaining, allowing for a pair of 4K monitors to be daisy-chained. The trick behind these high-quality HDR displays is in a technology LG calls Nano IPS. In addition, model 34WK95U features a Thunderbolt™ 3 port, which enables the transmission of 5K resolution images at 60Hz with a single cable. With its elegant, stunning profile, this LG monitor turns heads even when powered off, with its 4-Side Edge Borderless Design and gorgeous slim Edge-ArcLine Stand addition to its refined image. It's the first to offer the company's advanced Nano IPS technology.

According to Alessi, the company aims to stand true to its commitment of delivering the best possible resolution and user experience across any workspace. We'll have to see the panels in action before saying if that's anything more than jargon, though.

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