LG introduces 16:18 monitor with resolution of 2560x2880 pixels
LG has announced a 27.6 "Aspect ratio of 16:18 monitor The LG DualUp Monitor has a 2560x2880 pixel resolution and provides the same surface area and workspace as two 21.5-inch monitors "Above each other are monitors with a 16:9 aspect ratio and a 1440p resolution.
LG's DualUp Monitor is designed for business use, and it comes with an adjustable LG Ergo stand that can be clamped to a desk. According to LG, the screen ratio allows people to be productive without moving their heads too much, which should result in less neck pain.
The LG 28MQ780 is the first monitor to feature a 16:18 aspect ratio. Several manufacturers continue to produce 5:4 monitors. They have a nearly square ratio as well, but a much lower resolution of 1280x1024 pixels in most cases. Eizo is the only manufacturer that offers a square monitor. It has a 1920x1920 pixel resolution.
An IPS panel on the DualUp monitor can display 98 percent of the DCI-P3 color space. The screen has a brightness of up to 300cd/m2, a contrast ratio of 1000:1, and a gray-to-gray response time of 5ms, according to LG.
The monitor has a USB-C port that can supply up to 96W of power to a laptop, in addition to two HDMI connections and a DisplayPort connection. LG has not yet announced a release date or price for the screen. The monitor will be unveiled by the manufacturer at the CES trade show in Las Vegas in early January.