LG launches new 4K monitor in India: Here’s all you need to know

The ergonomic design along with the compact design of the LG Ultrafine Display Ergo 4K monitor allows much flexibility to the Ultrafine Display Ergo monitor as well as taking up lesser space. 

As a part of one of its latest innovations, LG launched its new ultra-flexible monitor on January 21 in India. This latest launch, dubbed as LG Ultrafine Display Ergo 4K monitor – 32UN880, can fit into multiple adjustments and provides an efficient monitor that can work for long hours on end.

The LG Ultrafine Display Ergo comes with an ergonomic stand with C-clamp that enables the user to move the monitor in any way they want. They can swivel the screen at a 280-degree angle, extend the stand or retract the same from 0 to 180mm, adjust the height of the monitor from 0 to 133mm, tilt it at a vertical 25-degree angle, or even pivot the monitor at a 90-degree angle, as per the users comfort only by adjusting the monitor at any angle. This ergonomic design along with the compact design of the monitor allows much flexibility to the Ultrafine Display Ergo monitor as well as taking up lesser space. 

“We are certain that Ergo will prove to be a welcome innovation for anyone who spends a significant time at their desk through its technologically and ergonomically advanced design and start-of-the-art features that helps to promote good posture through its high degree of adjustability and ton range of movement, enabling each user to create a perfectly customized workstation”, said Hak Hyun Kim, director (Home Entertainment), LG Electronics at the launch. 

 The LG Ultrafine Display Ergo monitor comes with HDR10 and DCI P3, 95 percent of which provides exceptional image quality and accurate colors. The monitor, which has a UHD 4k IPS display is 80.01 cm with 3840*2160 resolution, offers an immersive image that features realistic, enhanced colors, contrast, and clarity at wide angles letting users see the clear lifelike display. 

The LG Ultrafine Display Ergo has a refresh rate of 60Hz, aspect ratio of 16.9, contrast ratio of 1,000:1 along with AMD FreeSync. The LG Ultrafine Display Ergo has 350 nits peak brightness with anti-glare surface treatment.

As per connectivity features. The LG Ultrafine Display Ergo has two USB downstream ports, one headphone jack, two HDMI ports, one USB Type-C port for DisplayPort alternate mode, one USB Type-C port for data transmission, and one USB Type-C port for power delivery at 60W.

The audio for LG Ultrafine Display Ergo is also quite impressive with 5W speakers supporting game mode, Flicker Safe mode, Reader mode, smart energy-saving mode, Black stabilizer, Super Resolution+, and much more.

As for the price of this new LG Ultrafine Display Ergo, it is quite reasonable. The price of this 4K monitor stands at INR 59,999. It is available in only one color option which is black.

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