LG Electronics USA Business Solutions has added new 4K UHD and In-Plane Switching (IPS) commercial monitors to its portfolio of cutting-edge desktop monitors.LG’s new family of 4K UHD monitors – 43-, 32- and 27-inch class units (models 43MU79, 32MU99 and 27MU58P, respectively) – all are native 3840×2160 resolution.
The new 43MU79 monitor is one of the largest desktop monitors on the market. Featuring a 350-nit IPS panel it has a non-glare coating that reduces sun and light reflection on the display. The monitor’s built-in speakers use LG’s Rich Bass technology and a 10Wx2 Sound amplifier.
Available this month, the 43MU79 comes equipped with a tilt-adjustable stand and LG OnScreen Control Software including Screen Split, remote-controlled two or four Picture in Picture displays and My Display customizable presets. The monitor also comes with USB Type-C DP Alt Mode, and Display Port 1.2×1 and 4 HDMI ports, two of which support HDMI 2.0.
Joining the 43MU79 is the 32MU99, a 32-inch display that includes high dynamic range (HDR), an IPS panel that’s spec’d to display 95 percent of the DCI-P3 color space and H/W Calibration Feature Supported with True Color Pro Software and Color Modes. Featuring an ultra-thin 1.3-millimeter bezel, the 32MU99’s four-side “borderless” edges and “Slim Arc” height- and pivot-adjustable stand, USB Type-C interface as well as and HDMI and DisplayPort input.
LG also will debut a 27-inch (27MU58P) version of the IPS monitor later this year.
At InfoComm 2017, LG also will showcase 27- and 24-inch IPS monitors in both the BK75 and BK55 series. The borderless BK75 series monitors (models 27BK750Y and 24BK750Y) feature one thin bezel on the bottom of the panel. The 250-nit BK75 monitors can be daisy chained together to pivot and stack Full HD (1920×1080) content from up to four monitors onto one single display for digital signage column-like applications. BK75 series monitors offer near-zero standby power – 0.005 watts in DC off mode – increasing energy savings.