This display supports the HDR10 standard, offering enhanced brightness levels and a ultra-wide colour gamut range, making this display ideal for image/video editing and viewing HDR ready media. The 32UD99 also support USB type-c, which can be used to display 4K content, charge a connected device and transfer data at the same time, making this a very handy display if you occasionally connect a laptop to it.
When it comes to input/output capabilities, the LG 32UD99 is equipped with two HDMI 2.0a ports supporting HDCP 2.2 protection technology (these are the ports that must be used to watch content with HDR10), one DisplayPort 1.2 and one USB Type-C header that can be used as a video input as well for charging laptops. Like many flagship displays today, the 32UD99 comes with speakers – in this case 2×5 W. In addition, the monitor has a dual-port USB 3.0 hub and an audio output.
"As a leader in LED projectors worldwide, LG is confident its expertise in the home entertainment sector will make its first compact laser projector a hit with consumers," said Tim Alessi, head of product marketing at LG Electronics USA. "LG is proud to continue pioneering the home cinema experience in dynamic new ways."
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With its wider 21:9 aspect ratio, images from a PC and a mobile device can be displayed side-by-side on the monitor for multitasking, and a function known as Dual Controller Plus allows one keyboard and mouse setup to control both devices. If the screen is out of arm"s reach, the LG Mobile+ Monitor app can be used as a remote control for adjusting input, volume, aspect ratio and other functions via a smartphone.
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LG and its partners recently disclosed the complete specifications as well as the price of the LG 32UD99 flagship consumer display. The 32-inch display wil
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LG has announced a couple of new monitors that it will showcase at CES in January. The line includes a 32-inch 4K monitor with HDR capability, aimed at creative professionals and gamers, and an ultra-wide multimedia monitor with Chromecast functionality built in.
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In the same exact boat as you. Expected it to ship but last week got the notification that the new ETA is 7/15. I did a live chat with B&H last week and they told me that the new ETA is only for customers who had not pre-ordered and that as I had pre-ordered I should expect the monitors to ship this week. I contacted them again this morning and they told me whoever said that to me last week was completely wrong and that there new ETA from LG is July 15th. I had called LG last week who told me that this monitor was already available on the market. I told them thats impossible as no one is selling it and they pretty much ended the conversation there. They re-directed my call to the 'parts and services' dept. which was closed. Also apparently the HDR on this won't be effective due to the nit peak brightness levels not reaching 1k and that due to it being on IPS and not individually self lit it won't really work. Any thoughts - work continuing to wait or just go for a different monitor and forget the HDR?
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Judging by the specifications and feature-set of the 32UD99, we can guess that LG generally positions the monitor for different kinds of applications. The consumer standard for DCI is used by a number of consumer electronics devices, a variety of Apple devices and has good prospects to be adopted for televisions as well. While LG is not confirming that they're going with the consumer version of DCI (as opposed to the digital projection version), it's reasonable to assume that like their other DCI-capable monitors, the 32UD99 will follow the consumer standard as well. As with other DCI-P3 displays, we have to remind you that at present Microsoft’s Windows 10 needs better support for differing color spaces. That being said, HDR will be the most distinctive feature of the new monitor because it is still rare on consumer displays.