Our inboxes and the inboxes of many sites around the world are quickly getting filled with announcements for CES 2017, and ahead of the event that is set to kick off in January of next year, we expect to receive many, many more emails.

To get ahead of that rush, LG decided to pre-announce their latest 4K HDR monitor today.

Called the 32UD99, it is a 32-inch IPS display that supports the HDR10 standard and can deliver 10-bit colours over a wide colour gamut that covers 95% of the DCI-P3 standard.

LG have also included their True Color Pro settings on the monitor, which is said to deliver “professional-grade picture quality” and “color reproduction accuracy unmatched in the industry.”

In their announcement, LG noted that this monitor will be perfect for users with a MacBook Pro, with support for a 4K HDR resolution over a single USB Type-C port, which can charge the laptop and allow the monitor to act as a USB hub.

It has also been designed with gaming in mind, particularly with consoles like the PlayStation 4 Pro and the Xbox One S, thanks to support for HDR and 4K.

LG also announced a 34-inch version of this display, the 34UC99, which comes with AMD FreeSunch technology, 1ms refresh times, dynamic action sync, and other gaming features.

We don’t know about the pricing or availability yet, but we should hear more in January.

You can read more at the source link below.

Source: LG

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