LG has announced the launch of the 27.6-inch DualUp Monitor 28MQ780. This novelty has a very unusual screen aspect ratio of 16:18 and is priced at $699.
At the heart of the LG DualUp monitor (28MQ780)It uses a Nano IPS matrix with a resolution of 2560 × 2880 pixels. The manufacturer clarifies that the display has the same area as two conventional 21.5-inch panels, and the presence of a vertical split screen feature allows the user to see more content at a glance.
Screen claims 98 percent coverageDCI-P3 color space, 300 cd/m2 brightness, 1000:1 contrast ratio, support for VESA HDR10 image standard, and factory color calibration. The panel response time is 5ms (GtG). The manufacturer does not indicate the refresh rate of the display.
The monitor is equipped with two HDMI connectors,one DisplayPort, one USB Type-C with 90W charging and DisplayPort Alternate Mode. Additionally, there is a USB hub with three connectors (two for connecting devices and one for connecting to a PC) and the presence of two speakers with a power of 7 W each. The monitor received an ergonomic stand that allows you to change the angle of inclination and rotation of the display, as well as its height.