LG has introduced an OLED monitor for professional users in the field of image and video processing. The UltraFine OLED Pro with the identification 32EP950 delivers 4K UHD on 32 inches and thanks to OLED technology should achieve a contrast ratio of 1 million to one.
The OLED technology is without a doubt the most striking feature, because organic light-emitting diodes are still a rarity in the monitor sector. Since each pixel can be dimmed and switched off individually, the black level and contrast can be much higher than with LCD-based monitors, which is particularly advantageous for HDR display.
LG presented the monitor via video as part of the digitally held CES 2021, but has not yet revealed all the details. You can see a simple, slim design with connections on the back, including a USB-C port with 90 watt power delivery. In combination with three USB-A sockets, the monitor can be used as a docking station with a KVM switch feature: two connected systems can be operated using the same mouse / keyboard. Two DisplayPort and one HDMI are available as classic video inputs. The large DCI-P3 color space, like Adobe RGB, should be covered to 99 percent. A color depth of 10 bits can be assumed in this sector.
The editorial team is in contact with LG and tries to find out more information about the UltraFine 32EP950.