Posted by Megalith 3:56 PM (CST)
Saturday December 17, 2016
LG will be demonstrating this new display at this year’s CES. Ideally, the monitor may be connected via USB Type-C (using DisplayPort Alternate Mode), but we should also expect HDMI 2.0a support since the company is also targeting HDR-capable game consoles as an application for this display.
The LG 32UD99 will a 32" display featuring a 10-bit IPS panel that can reproduce 1.07 billion colors and cover over 95% of the DCI-P3 color space, while LG has said nothing about the sRGB and the Adobe RGB color spaces. The monitor will support 10-bit HDR capabilities, but LG is not disclosing details about its LUTs (look-up-tables) and so on. Finally, LG says that the 32UD99 will be able to connect to computers using a single USB Type-C cable (using DisplayPort Alternate Mode) that will also support charging capabilities. Other notable features that LG mentioned in its press release are thin bezels as well as "slim" stand.