The new LG Ultrafine OLED Pro will make you forget about 4K Smart TVs

How many inches is the maximum for a monitor?

Before I tell you the characteristics for which this new LG monitor stands out, it is clear that there is a question you should ask yourself before seeing if it interests you or not for your daily use: how many inches is the maximum you would use in a computer monitor ?

Contrary to what happens with televisions, where the larger the more impressive the experience of use, in computer monitors, aspects such as distance and diagonal must be taken into account so that you can move your gaze from one point to another of the screen is comfortable. Because there the main element is usually not centered and you need to look at the top to access the application menus, to the side for tools that you are using or to a corner to read notifications that the operating system offers you.

If you are one of those who think that 27 or at most 32 inches is the maximum you would use on a monitor, then this new LG Ultrafine OLED Pro it’s not for you. Because we are talking about a monstrous 65-inch screen. So, yes, maybe more than a monitor you should consider it a television. Of course it is not, because it lacks a tuner, although it does incorporates webOS in its version 5 as well as other functions such as PIP or PBP.

65-inch Ultrafine OLED Pro, features

Now that you are clear that it is a screen of generous dimensions, very generous, let’s talk about its main characteristics. So we list them to make it much easier for you to see that it is a screen that will delight the most demanding users in image matters:

  • OLED panel with 4K resolution (3840 x 2160 pixels)
  • 10-bit color depth and 120% color coverage of BT.709 space and 98.5% of DCI-P3
  • Ability to support high dynamic range content Dolby Vision, HDR10 and HLG
  • 120Hz maximum screen refresh with 1ms response time
  • Connections 2 x HDMI 2.1, 2 x DisplayPort 1.4, SDI, 3 x USB, headphone out, RS-232, Ethernet
  • Dimensions 144.6 x 89.6 x 27.2 cm
  • Weight 31 kg

As you can see, if you only understand a little technical data and technologies, you will already be able to realize that it is a proposal that is intended for those looking for a great image quality, with support for HDR images. So not only is it an ideal monitor to enjoy activities such as watching movies, series or playing video games thanks, above all, to those HDMI 2.1 connections and 120 Hz refreshment that will allow you to take full advantage of the latest generation consoles, it is also a great proposal to work on the image.

Until now, many users looked for the LG OLED CX that ideal screen to work on image issues that did not involve as high an investment as a professional monitor for such purposes. That must surely have given LG more of an idea, who has long proven that its OLED panels can be used for many things.

From there, and from the notable reduction in manufacturing costs, this new series of LG Ultrafine OLED Pro monitors was born. A proposal so varied in terms of diagonals that right now it is very attractive. Although, on this occasion, also for technical details such as the possibility of being calibrated using hardware devices such as CalMAN calibrators such as SuperSign WB.

A screen that will not be economical

The new monitor announced by LG yet has no release date or price. That means that we will have to wait to know these two important details for most of us, but we can tell you that it will not be an economical option. At least, it will not be with respect to the price that other options may have and that are technologically inferior in key sections.

However, for many professionals the investment in a screen of these characteristics is more than justified considering the prices in which other options move. And let’s not say monitors for color correction issues. So it will be a product for a specific audience, but it will almost certainly become a bestseller among them.

The rest of the users will have to continue looking at other alternatives, although there are very good monitors for video and photography editing. In addition, these have much more manageable and comfortable diagonals for day to day and most work desks.

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