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LG 32UK950, LG 34WK95U, LG 34GK950G: New Nano IPS LG Monitors

By January 22, 2018 11 Comments

Introduction

LG has just announced three new monitors which they plan to showcase at CES 2018 in January.

All of the new displays will feature the new Nano IPS technology from LG which absorbs excess light wavelengths in order to deliver more precise and vibrant colors.

Similar or same technology is used in LG’s Nano Cell TV which is perfect for gaming.

Features

The LG 32UK950 and the LG 34WK95U are monitors aimed at the high-end professional designers and photo editors as the new Nano IPS panel covers 98% of the DCI-P3 color gamut, fit for Hollywood blockbuster mastering.

Furthermore, these two monitors offer the cutting-edge Thunderbolt 3 docking with 4K daisy chaining for dual 4K monitor setups, and seamless connectivity without the need for charging nor USB cables.

The Thunderbolt 3 can simultaneously transfer data, audio, video including 5K at 60Hz, and power a notebook up to 60W.

The most interesting display of the lot is the LG 34WK95U which is a flat ultra-wide monitor with 5120×2160 resolution and 21:9 aspect ratio. Such specifications will certainly appeal to those who do a lot of multi-tasking.

Both the LG 32UK950 4K display and LG 34WK95U 5120×2160 monitor offer HDR support with the max brightness of 600 nits.

Lastly, the LG 34GK950G is LG’s new 3440×1440 UWQHD gaming monitor with 100Hz refresh rate (overclockable to 120Hz), Nvidia G-Sync, and Nano IPS technology with 98% DCI-P3 color gamut.

Additionally, the monitor will feature the unique Sphere Lighting technology with RGB lights being at the back of the display in order cast the glow onto the wall for a more atmospheric viewing experience.  It will also offer a versatile design with tilt, swivel, and height adjustments.

More information will be available in January 2018 when we will get a closer look at these new monitors.

LG 34WK95U Specifications
Screen Size34-inch
Resolution5120x2160
Panel TypeNano IPS
Aspect Ratio21:9 (Ultra-Wide)
Refresh Rate60Hz
PortsThunderbolt 3
Brightness600 cd/m2
LG 32UK950 Specifications
Screen Size32-inch
Resolution3840x2160 (UHD)
Panel TypeNano IPS
Aspect Ratio16:9 (Widescreen)
Refresh Rate60Hz
PortsThunderbolt 3
Brightness600 cd/m2
LG 34GK950G Specifications
Screen Size34-inch
Resolution3440x1440 (UWQHD)
Panel TypeNano IPS
Aspect Ratio21:9 (UltraWide)
Refresh Rate120Hz
Adaptive SyncG-SYNC
PortsDisplayPort 1.2, HDMI 1.4
Other Ports2xUSB 3.0, Headphone Jack

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  • Big Blue Frontend

    Why don’t they ALL have G-Sync? Is anyone else really sick and tired of monitors BLOWING?

  • ElectroMotive

    I would be interested to know if LG are planning to release a 38″ version of the 34WK95U to replace the existing model.

  • Hector Garcia

    On the 34GK950G specifications you guys have it as 16:9 but it’s actually 21:9

  • Roger Crawford

    Thanks for the comment, it’s fixed now!

  • Hector Garcia

    Not every monitor needs to have G-sync. Plus having G-Sync increases the price at least $200.

  • brubble

    HAHA, I am. I’m also sick of seeing endless tech issues and the year long+ waiting game. Maybe its due to the random sweatshop kids with different sized hands mashing the panels into their housings that determines if one gets a POS or not? I just dont know man. Definitely annoying as F though.

  • Anima minima maxima sunt

    of course, we are sick of it… but don’t forget Nvidia is the real greedy one here since they won’t come to an agreement with AMD on a standard. I hate Nvidia as much as I hate Apple for the same reason.

  • Harry the Bastard

    Are there any sizes between 27″ and 32″ planned?

  • Fk You

    No 4k at 120hz.. 🙁

  • CharonPDX

    Not yet. The bandwidth just isn’t available yet. DisplayPort 1.4’s “Display Stream Compression” should allow for it, but nobody has DP1.4+DSC implemented yet. The long-long delayed Asus Swift PG27UQ will have it – *144* Hz 4K over DisplayPort 1.4 – but it *still* isn’t out yet. The latest I had heard was “March 2018,” which has obviously passed without it. Note that Dell’s 8K 60 Hz monitor requires *TWO* DP 1.4 ports, so it’s not that DP 1.4 isn’t in use. Dell’s monitor doesn’t use Display Stream Compression, though.

  • FXi

    Agreed that resolution in a 38″ model would be perfect. Of course the cherry on top would add gsync but probably not possible at that resolution to exceed 60, oh well…