LG is bringing in a new member to its high-end UltraFine series of monitors. Announced during the company’s CES presentation is the LG UltraFine OLED Pro Monitor. As clearly stated in the name, this new device houses OLED technology that’s able to individually dim all of its 8 million pixels. This allows the monitor to produce high-quality images with sharp details and saturated colors.
Standing at 31.5-inches, the LG UltraFine OLED Pro Monitor is capable of up to 4K resolution and boasts 99 percent DCI-P3 and Adobe color accuracy, It houses a number of connectivity options including USB Type-C ports, two DisplayPorts, three USB ports, and an HDMI port.
LG calls its newest offering the Master of Visual Tech. In the promotional video, LG showcases the monitor’s use in various stages of content creation such as editing, compositing, and coloring. The OLED display combined with its color accuracy allows creative users to achieve true-to-life results which filmmakers, photographers, or illustrators find ideal.
The price or release date of the LG UltraFine OLED Pro Monitor has yet been released by LG.