LG has unveiled a number of monitors that it will be debuting at its virtual CES event, and one of them is apparently a completely new format on the market. The company’s new DualUp Monitor has an unusual 16:18 aspect ratio. It’s a vertical display with a resolution of 2,560 x 2,880 pixels that LG calls ‘Square Double QHD’. When you use the vertical split view function, it’s like putting two 21.5-inch monitors on top of each other.
It can be a better form factor than the typical monitor if you have to constantly look at information on multiple windows or screens for work or any other reason. In the announcement, LG says the model will help reduce sideways head movements that cause neck pain. DualUp was also intended to save space and comes with the LG Ergo stand that clamps to most desks and tables. Other features of the Nano IPS monitor include a brightness of 300 nits, a contrast ratio of 1000:1 and HDR10 support.
In addition to DualUp, LG has also introduced the UltraFine, a 32-inch 4K UHD monitor. It has a more conventional aspect ratio, but it’s the first to use LG’s Nano IPS Black panel technology, which allows for a contrast ratio of 2,000:1. The company will reveal more about both premium monitors at its virtual press event on January 4. It is unknown at this time if LG will still go ahead with a physical experience at CES 2022, assuming the event will still take place despite the threat of the Omicron variant. However, it planned to present a list of new items beyond these monitors at the conference, including a soundbar with a center-firing speaker, a wireless TV on wheels and an OLED TV with a motorized cover.
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