LG Ultrafine 5K  (Source: LG)
LG’s Ultrafine 5K Display has a stunning 5120 x 2880 resolution and a P3 wide color gamut. The screen size is 27-inchces which is perfect for any type of viewing enjoyment. Unfortunately, there are some concerns.

This Ultrafine display not only features stunning 5K brilliance, but you also get a built-in camera, built-in stereo speakers, and microphone. These bonuses help to deliver a rich immersive multi-media experience.

So, you get the LG Ultrafine 5K Display which features a 27-inch IPS panel, P3 wide color gamut, and 500 cd/m² of brightness. What does that all mean?

Photo Source: LG

Basically, the wide color gamut refers to the greater number of colors this monitor can produce when compared to other monitors.   And the 500 cd/m² of brightness refers to the brighter luminance rating that is ideal for displaying movies and videos. 5K delivers over 14.7 million pixels which is 77 percent more than a typical 4K UHD display. While the human eye can’t discern the individual pixels, we can make distinctions when viewing a display as a whole.
Perfect for photo and video editing, the Ultrafine 5K Display gives you plenty of room for a multitude of tools and windows, while rendering incredibly lifelike images and razor-sharp text instantaneously.

This Ultrafine 5K display features one Thunderbolt 3 input port and three USB-C (USB 3.1 gen 1, 5Gbps) ports. The included Thunderbolt 3 cable provides video, data and power.

The is monitor has only been out for about a week now but already some complaints have started rolling in about performance issues. According to reports from 9to5Mac, LG’s 27-inch Ultrafine 5K flickers when place within 6.5 feet of a wireless router. When placed closer, the monitor’s performance gets worst and even freezes.

An LG spokesperson has confirmed that the issue was due to the closeness of a wireless router to the monitor.  LG further states that only the 27-inch 5K display has experienced this problem which leaves the 21.5-inch 4K model issue free.

Sources: Apple, Techspot

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