LG's Latest 4K HDR Monitor Has Four Displays In A 42.5-Inch Panel!

May 03, 2017 04:00 AM EDT | Paul Urban


LG's latest 4K HDR monitor may well be termed as the "King of Multitasking" for being able to have four inputs all at once. It comes in enormous, measuring 42.5-inches paving the way for some serious multitasking, serving a purpose to whatever it will be used for- particularly gaming.

This impressive monitor is called LG 43UD79-B comes in 42.5-inch UHD panel with 3,840 x 2,160 resolution and a range of gaming and productivity-focused features. It does have 1000:1 contrast ratio with wide 178-degree viewing angle supporting over 1.07 billion colors.

The LG 430UD79-B also boast of Game Mode, Black Stabilizer, and Dynamic Action Sync modes. This may well be beneficial for avid gamers. For those with Radeon GPU, its compatibility with AMD FreeSync dynamic refresh rate technology also alleviates screen tearing and the usual visual stutters.

There are two HDMI 2.0 inputs, two HDMI 1.4 inputs, and one DisplayPort 1.2a port with FreeSync. It also has USC-C port which can handle DisplayPort signal. These ports enable the LG monitor to have four inputs all at once. It also has two Harman Kardon speakers and a remote control. This latest LG monitor can also be used as TV monitor once all the spreadsheets are closed.

This LG monitor is expected to be first sold in Japan for about $745. However, the pre-order process has already started. Its official US release has yet to be confirmed. This monitor is definitely one to watch out for especially by gaming enthusiasts.

Recently, Acer also released its gaming monitor, easily considered as the best in the world to date. Though this latest LG 4K HDR monitor may not be able to topple Acer's monitor at the top spot, it sure can be a good runner-up. It can be a good alternative, which also is very much capable of providing an impressive gaming experience to gamers the world over. This LG 32UD99 4K video as shown below also is a good option.

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