Technology is moving at a heretofore unheard of rate. The drawback of that is that much of the gear you buy could end up being obsolete in an alarmingly quick span of time. The benefit is that companies keep coming out with new and improved tech that blows their old stuff out of the water. The latter seems to be the case with LG’s latest entry in their line of computer monitors.
Dubbed the 32UD99, this monitor boasts the brand’s first HDR compatible display. Measuring in at 32 inches, this monster also features a 3840 x 2160 4K resolution and is equipped with an IPS panel – so it displays over 95 percent of the DCI-P3 color space. That means it offers both greater brightness, better contrast, and more vivid colors than its lesser competitors. But the onboard tech isn’t its only strong point. It’s also equipped with a USB type C port (which helps to limit any unsightly cables), borderless edges on the display, and a slim ArcLine stand which, together, make it good looking even when it’s not in operation. It will be displayed to the public at this year’s CES trade show in Las Vegas. [Purchase]