LG will be showing off its new 32”, 4K, HDR computer monitor at the 2017 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas in January.
When LG first launched OLED TV in Australia, the media/reviewers were all gobsmacked. Blacks were black, colours were natural, brightness/contrast was excellent. But that was in the days of pre 4K, HDR, Dolby Vision and content that demanded anything other than a good HD OLED panel to get the best image.
Screen real estate is a key driver not only in the office and design industries but now for gamers who want a more immersive experience. LG’s new 34”, 21:9 ratio, curved screen has been designed for gamers. But who wants them to have all the fun?
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