LG announced that it will launch two high-end displays at CES 2022, the models of which they will unveil is LG 32UQ85R and LG 28MQ780. These two monitors will be dedicated to home or office applications, especially creative workers and programmers.
The LG 32UQ850R belongs to the UltraFine series, using 31.5 inches display with a resolution of 3840×2160 NanoIPS panel, providing 98% DCI-P3 colour gamut, 400nit brightness and 2000:1 contrast ratio. It supports HDR400 certification and AMD FreeSync technology. There are two 5W MAXX AUDIO speakers built into the fuselage. It supports DP, HDMI and Type-C input. The C port can provide up to 96W power for external devices.
The LG 28MQ780 belongs to the DualUp series, which has a unique 16:18 ratio (that is, two 16:9 vertical overlaps). This is also the first monitor on the market that supports this ratio, which is equivalent to two 21.5-inch 16:9 monitors arranged vertically. It’ll use 27.6 inches of 2560×2880 resolution NanoIPS panel, providing 98% DCI-P3 color gamut, 300nit brightness and 1000:1 contrast ratio. It supports HDR10 and adopts the second-generation ergo bracket. There are two 7W MAXX AUDIO speakers built into the fuselage. It supports DP, HDMI and Type-C input. The C port can provide up to 96W power for external devices.
Both monitors support LG OnScreen Control window arrangement software and Calibration Studio calibration software. Of course, because these two products are not geared towards gaming users, they both only support a 60Hz refresh rate.