LG launches new monitors compatible with Thunderbolt 3 and 4K and 5K resolution - NewCydiaTweaks


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Thursday, December 21, 2017

LG launches new monitors compatible with Thunderbolt 3 and 4K and 5K resolution

Something that Apple emphasized a lot in the presentation of the new MacBook Pro was the compatibility with the 4K and 5K monitors. The iMac Pro also has the possibility to connect up to two 5K monitors to make working much more comfortable. Apple itself recommends the brand of LG as we see in the online store of the Apple Store. Well to the range of this company are added new monitors of great quality and with Thunderbolt 3 connectivity that is what now integrate the new MacBook Pro.

LG presents a new range of monitors in 4K and 5K

These ultra-panoramic monitors have integrated software to manage multitasking on the screen itself. The LG 32UK950 has a resolution in 4K and has a size of 32 inches. The LG 32WK95U has a resolution in 5K and has 32 inches.
These monitors have HDR support and IPS LED technology incorporating up to three Thunderbolt 3 connectors with which we can connect these monitors to our MacBook. In addition, it offers a maximum brightness of 600 nits. 
The 5K monitor is the most striking of this range of monitors, with a resolution of 5120 × 2160 in a ratio of 21: 9 , and being only 34 inches . We see a large size that is designed to make one of the split screen, something with which we are used to working in macOS. This makes our work easier if we have to use several applications.
The issue of price and release date is not yet known, but we are facing a high range so we believe that 1000 euros will not go down and we will probably see it in the Apple Store Online, thanks to its Thunderbolt 3, compatibility with the range Mac is ideal.

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