LG announces its 34WK95U monitor, an ultra-panoramic 5K VESA-certified DisplayHDR 600

LG today announced a new monitor 34WK95U. That will be the first of the manufacturer to meet the new specification DisplayHDR 600 of VESA. Also, these specification certifies the new HDR standard by VESA that ensures minimum characteristics to be able to adhere to it. So, creating a solution to the problem of the multitude of HDR specifications of the manufacturers.

LG announces its 34WK95U monitor, an ultra-panoramic 5K VESA-certified DisplayHDR 600

LG announces its 34WK95U monitor, an ultra-panoramic 5K VESA-certified DisplayHDR 600

The monitor number equips a completely flat nanoIPS panel (a new type of IPS panel with particles). It comes with a 5K resolution of 5,120 x 2,160 pixels in a 21: 9 format of 34 "in size. This monitor is the first ultra-widescreen from LG that seems to be aimed at the professional market of video and image editing and not the player segment. Although it seems quite clear that some players will appreciate this new panel instead of the usual multi-monitor systems.

LG 34WK95U, this is the name of LG's latest "beast" that will delight the most gamer and the most demanding graphic designer in the place. It is a 34-inch monitor that boasts specifications that leave your current computer screen at the height of bitumen.

Features of the LG 34WK95U

This new LG 34UK950 comes with a new certification collected under the new DisplayHDR, HDR600. This feature suggests that the Ultra-Panoramic LG 5K HD monitor will have a brightness of 600 nits, real 10-bit depth. And also has the ability to reproduce 99% of the Rec.709 standard.

As we say, it is a 5K device, that is, with a resolution of 5120 x 2160 pixels that should reach the market at the beginning of next year. We hope to know its price at the next CES in Las Vegas. That will have celebrations at the beginning of 2018 in the US state.

This monitor will arrive to be presented during CES 2018 together with the new nanoIPS monitors 32UK950 and 34GK950G, 32 "and 34" respectively. Of format 16: 9, these new monitors also will have the certification DisplayHDR 600 and the second model also equates an NVIDIA G-Sync module, since it would be oriented to the players.

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