LG Ultrafine 4K and 5K monitors with integrate latest MacBook and MacBook Pro

LG Electronics has officially introduced a pair of new UltraFine displays. It is called the LG UltraFine 27-inch 5K display and its 21.5-inch 4K display. Interestingly, both are designed specifically to integrate seamlessly with the latest MacBook and MacBook Pro models. Company says two highly advanced displays capable of meeting the needs of even the most demanding Mac users.

The 27-inch UltraFine 5K (5120 x 2880 pixels) display features 218ppi as well as allows receive and transfer of 5K video, audio and data from the new MacBook Pro while simultaneously charging. The latter is take advantages from Thunderbolt 3 connectivity. There are three downstream USB Type-C ports for additional connectivity and power with compatible accessories.


LG UltraFine 5K display is seamless macOS integration to enable brightness and volume control like built-in display without the physical buttons requirment on the display. You’ll also found a front-facing camera and microphone for FaceTime. It comes with speakers enhanced by LG’s Rich Bass.

The 21.5-inch 4k (4096 x 2304 pixels) display is capable to delivering 219ppi and support for the new MacBook Pro. This display can covers 99 percent of the P3 spectrum with vibrant brightness levels and an IPS panel, which offers more uniform color expression.

LG UltraFine 4K display is carrying USB Type-C connectivity for video, data and power over a single cable and macOS integration for display control. New 21.5-inch display is equipped with three downstream USB Type-C slots. There are a high-quality Rich Bass Speaker and an adjustable stand for enhanced ergonomics.

Reportedly, the LG 21.5-inch UltraFine 4K display would be available sometime in November for the US market and asking price of $699.95. The LG 27-inch UltraFine 5K version will go on sale in early December at $1299.95.


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