LG announced last year’s 4K Nano IPS Black screen in the first half of this year by the Dell U Series monitor debut. Now, LG’s own Nano IPS Black screen monitor 32UQ85R has finally hit the shelves, debuting at $5,999.
This monitor uses a 31.5-inch ultra-high-definition 4K (3840×2160) Nano IPS Black display, 98% DCI-P3 color gamut, 2000:1 contrast ratio, black display more accurate, support VESA DisplayHDR 400, 10bit color depth.
The LG 32UQ85R display is said to come with an LG Calibration Studio calibration sensor, which, together with LG’s Calibration Studio software, allows for color calibration to maintain image display quality.
In terms of ports, the LG 32UQ85R monitor offers a USB Type-C (90W reverse charge) port, as well as DP and HDMI ports. In addition, the monitor has built-in 5W x 2 speakers.