LG 32UN880 UltraFine Display Ergo monitor with 4K and HDR10 support launched in India at Rs 59,999

LG 32UN880

LG has launched its new range of LG Ultrafine Display Ergo 4K (LG 32UN880) monitors in the country. This new series of monitors comprise features that will enable consumers to customise their workstations with adjustments including — pivot, swivel, extend/retract, height and tilt. LG says that it would be beneficial for productivity and posture with these adjustments.

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LG 32UN880 monitor

In this new series comes the latest LG 32UN880 monitor, which features an ergonomic stand coupled with a C-Clamp. Both these tend to work together to allow the monitor to have enough movement scenarios, which makes the desktop experience flexible in any which way. The monitor features a compact design that assures to take up very little desk space and also easier installation.

LG 32UN880

The monitor comes with a UHD 4K IPS display, and it measures 31.5-inches with 3840 x 2160 resolution. This 4K display claims to offer realistic, enhanced colour alongside with right contrast and clarity. The display further comes in HDR10 certification and DCI P3 95% colour gamut that promises colour accuracy.

LG 32UN880 monitor — tech specs

The IPS display features in 16:9 aspect ratio, and has 60Hz refresh rate, and, tops 350 nits brightness on a typical use case. Moreover, it comes with a 1000:1 contrast ratio alongside 178-degree viewing angles. The anti-glare display monitor further comes with all the essential I/O. It includes two HDMI ports, one display port, USB Type-C port for 60W power delivery, and also for data transmission.

LG 32UN880

LG 32UN880 monitor — Pricing

The LG 32UN880 UltraFine Display Ergo 4K HDR10 monitor is available for purchase in India starting at Rs 59,999.

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