As the world’s largest OLED TV manufacturer, LG has never provided PC monitors based on this technology under its own brand.Earlier this year, the company announced its Adopting OLED for the first time in the PC field, 4K Superfine 32EP950 Monitor, now you can buy it in the store, for example B&H photosThe device meets the needs of Windows and macOS creative professionals, and it costs up to $4,000.
In terms of specifications, LG UltraFine 32EP950 looks quite ordinary: 3840 x 2160 resolution, 250-bit peak brightness, 60 Hz refresh rate and ultra-high contrast. Although the brightness and refresh rate numbers of 250 nits may not impress gamers, remember that we are talking about OLED displays for work, which usually do not require very high brightness. Nevertheless, for professionals, 32EP950 has its advantages.
Historically, LG has positioned the UltraFine series for Apple’s Mac, which almost always means exclusive support for the Apple Display-P3 color range, which is not entirely good for Windows. Therefore, the possibly more interesting part of the LG OLED display is the color gamut supported by the display. UltraFine 32EP950 monitor support 99% of Adobe RGB and DCI-P3 (CIE1976) color gamut coverage.
Like all OLED-based displays, LG UltraFine 32EP950 is expensive. Its price is US$4,000, which is very expensive even when compared with other OLED displays and TVs.For example, we recently reviewed GIGABYTE Aorus FO48U, A 48-inch OLED gaming monitor with a frequency of up to 120 Hz and a cost of approximately US$1,700, which is less than one-third the price of a larger size and refresh rate.However, Gigabyte’s display is designed to be compatible with The best 4K gaming monitor, Not a professional monitor.