LG India introduces 32-inches UltraFine Display Ergo 4K monitor

The Ergo product line was first introduced at CES 2020 and comprises 27 inches and 32 inches models

South Korean multinational electronics giant- LG Electronics has recently introduced the ‘UltraFine Display Ergo 4K monitor’ in India. The new top-notch monitor comes with a 31.5-inch high-quality display with a resolution of 3840 x 2160 pixels. Additionally, the display supports HDR10, 5ms response time, 95% DCI P3 color accuracy, and 350nits brightness.

According to Hak Hyun Kim, Director- Home Entertainment, LG Electronics, the coronavirus pandemic and the introduction of ‘work-from-home’ concept has driven the number of people spending more time at their desks. This has led to incidences of work-related health issues and also affected the productivity of employees.

Kim further added that UltraFine has been developed to help increase the productivity and efficiency of the workers during this period owing to the monitor’s ability to allow users to customize their workstation.

As per reports, the new monitor is accompanied by a stand that helps save space and a C-Clamp attachment that can clasp to a desk. This stand can extend outwards or be positioned close to the wall, moved to the eye-level, or can be adjusted to the height of the desk. Moreover, it can also turn to the opposite direction for added convenience.

In addition to the above, along with the Ergo 4K monitor, customers also gets a USB-C cable that offers fast and reliable data transfer capabilities and power for laptop charging with the help of a single cable. The high-definition monitor encompasses built-in 10W speakers (two of 5W each) and supports AMD FreeSync. HDMI ports, headphone out, and a DisplayPort is also included.

For the record, the LG UltraFine Display Ergo 4K HDR10 monitor costs INR 59,999 or USD 822 and is available at stores and online at amazon.in.

Source Credit: https://www.gizmochina.com/2021/01/22/lg-launches-32-inch-ultrafine-display-ergo-4k-monitor-india/

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