CES 2021 | LG announces the first 32-inch OLED monitor with a native 4K resolution
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There has been a lot of hardware announced at CES 2021, but the LG UltraFine OLED Pro 32EP950 caught our eye, and not because of its long name. LG markets the 32EP950 as a professional monitor, but it is the first of its kind. As its full name suggests, the 32EP950 features an OLED screen, and one that measures 32-inches. Actually, LG rounds up from 31.5-inches, to be precise.
Nonetheless, the 32EP950 also has a native 4K resolution, with 3,840 x 2,160 pixels spread across a 16:9 aspect ratio. The 32EP950 also offers 99% coverage of the AdobeRGB and DCI-P3 coverages and should offer a 1,000,000:1 native contrast ratio.
Moreover, the monitor contains a USB port, a single HDMI connection and two DisplayPort inputs. The 32EP950 offers a 1 ms response time (G2G) and a 60 Hz peak refresh rate, too. According to FlatpanelsHD, the 32EP950 has a JOLED panel, not an LG Display one. You can read more about JOLED here.
Hopefully, the 32EP950 is the beginning of more small and 4K and OLED screens, as LG has announced that it will be producing panels between 20 and 30-inches. LG is yet to confirm the pricing or the availability of the 32EP950, though.