The Nano IPS technology which is now seen only on LG TVs, will make its debut on widescreen monitors in 2018. This is claimed to be company's first to feature advanced Nano IPS technology, which enhances the "intensity and purity" of colours on the screen. Further, the LG monitors would be capable of displaying 98% of the DCI-P3 color spectrum, compared to the "monitors used to master Hollywood blockbusters", LG said, in a press release.
LG's 32-inch class UHD 4K monitor - dubbed as model 32UK950 - is the first to have Nano IPS technology.
There's also the LG 32UK950 (pictured below), which offers a 32-inch panel with a 4K resolution. Prosumers will appreciate the HDR 600 certified display, the Thunderbolt 3 docking functionality (with daisy chaining and up to 60W power delivery), the signature Edge-ArcLine Stand, and 4-Side Edge Borderless Design. This will come with HDR600 support which means that it can support a peak brightness level of 600 nits, along with local dimming feature and 10-bit processing.
LG has recently announced two new monitors which are being prepped for CES 2018, the 32UK950 and the ultra wide 34WK95U, both with HDR support and a new technology to which LG is calling, Nano IPS. The Thunderbolt 3 port is also very versatile so it allows notebook connections or transmit 4K content with just a single wire. The 34GK950G has a 34-inch screen, again using the new Nano IPS technology, and it offers a QHD resolution.
"Most of us spend hundreds of hours in front of monitors every month and yet it's one of the least likely products to get upgraded when higher productivity is desired", said Chang Ik-hwan, head of LG's IT business division. Both of these displays will have the ability to charge a connected laptop over the Thunderbolt connection.
According to Alessi, the company aims to stand true to its commitment of delivering the best possible resolution and user experience across any workspace.
LG hasn't revealed either availability or price, but don't expect it to be cheap.