LG's new 4K HDR monitor with USB-C debuts at CES 2017

LG will show off a new 4K HDR monitor powered over USB-C at CES 2017.

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Published Wed, Dec 14 2016 4:31 AM CST   |   Updated Tue, Nov 3 2020 11:57 AM CST

LG is prepping for a massive CES 2017, with one of the more interesting products to debut at the show being a new 4K monitor with HDR capabilities - oh, and it'll have USB-C connectivity.

LG's new 4K HDR monitor with USB-C debuts at CES 2017 | TweakTown.com

LG's latest 32UD99 will be a 32-inch monitor with a native 4K resolution and supports the HDR 10 standard. HDR is something relatively new to PC monitors, and AMD has been pushing HDR technology for a while now at its various events and tech days. The new HDR-capable PC monitors are finally hitting the market, with LG being the first.

The new 32-inch 4K HDR display will rock an IPS panel that will display over 95% of the P3 color gamut, and with the USB-C connectivity you'll be able to plug it into your laptop and charge your smartphone (like the Google Pixel) over a single cable.

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