LG Unveils 28-inch DualUp Monitor and 32-inch 4K UltraFine Display ahead of CES 2022

LG has unveiled a new DualUp Monitor 28MQ780 and a new UltraFine Display 32UQ85R for creative professionals and programmers. The 28-inch DualUp Monitor, as well as the 32-inch UltraFine Display, come with a 3-side borderless design and offer enhanced connectivity, and user experience for both home and office workers.

The LG DualUp Monitor comes with a 16:18 aspect ratio is completely new in the monitor market, claims the company. The DualUp Monitor also has a vertical split view function that splits the screen in half, displaying output from two different devices. It also comes with an ultra-adjustable LG Ergo stand (2nd gen) that saves space and reduces side-to-side head movements.

LG is using its first Nano IPS Black panel on the UltraFine display that allows it to deliver realistic black tones and adds more depth to images. It comes with a detachable auto self-calibration sensor.

LG UltraFine Display 32UQ85R Specifications

  • 31.5-inch 4K UHD (3840 × 2160 pixels) IPS LCD with 16:9 Aspect Ratio, 400 nits brightness, 2000:1 contrast ratio, 98% DCI-P3, Display HDR400, Auto Color Configuration, Auto Self Calibration, 5ms Response Time, AMD FreeSync Technology
  • 2× HDMI, 1× Display Port, 1× USB Type-C (DisplayPort + Power Delivery)
  • 2× 5W Stereo Speaker with MAXXAUDIO
  • 96W Power Adapter

LG DualUp Monitor 28MQ780 Specifications

  • 27.6-inch SDQHD (2560 × 2880 pixels) Nano IPS LCD with 16:18 Aspect Ratio, 300 nits brightness, 1000:1 contrast ratio, 98% DCI-P3, Auto Brightness, HDR10, 5ms Response Time
  • 2× HDMI, 1× Display Port, 1× USB Type-C (DisplayPort + Power Delivery)
  • 2× 7W Stereo Speaker with MAXXAUDIO
  • 96W Power Adapter

We should know the price when these go official next month at the CES.