LG has announced that it will be showing off its first ever Nano IPS technology monitors at CES 2018 in January. The new range consists of three models offering 32- and 34-inch diagonals, with one of them aimed squarely at the gaming crowd.
In its explanation of Nano IPS technology, LG says its benefits stem from the application of nanometre-sized particles to the screen’s LED to absorb excess light wavelengths. This results in greatly enhanced intensity and purity of on-screen colours for a more accurate and life-like viewing experience, says the firm.
Well ahead of the CES 2018, LG made an announcement regarding its special monitors which are based on nanotechnology. IPS technology has been incorporated into the makeup of these monitors.
These TV monitors also carry the mark of the VESA DisplayHDR standard. The first monitor has a 4K UHD display with 98% DCI P3 color spectrum and HDR 600 support.What this signifies is a height of luminescence that reaches 600 as well as local dimming and HDR 600 support. You also have the added facility of hooking up two monitors.
Another monitor that LG plans on introducing at the CES 2018 has a flat 34 inch 5K Nano IPS display. It has a 21:9 ratio as far as its overall dimensions go. While you can’t connect it with another of its kind, you may plug it into a Thunderbolt 3 port. You will not need any independent battery for this unique monitor.
The teaser campaign for these two monitors shows that LG is ready to display its stuff when the time is right. It wants to cash in on the high tech niche that exists in the market for its goods.
The first one of the monitors mentioned awhile back has color accuracy to a remarkable degree. A borderless display design is also another feature of this monitor.As for the second monitor, it will run at a 5K resolution. LG hasn’t given all the details regarding its two monitors. It is keeping things under wraps for now.