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|AC Input Power||100 to 240 VAC, 50 / 60 Hz|
|Power Consumption||185 W (Maximum)
44 W (Typical)
25.4 W (Eco)
0.3 W (Standby)
|USB Power Delivery||96 W (via USB Type-C)|
|Mounting-Hole Pattern||100 x 100 mm|
|Max Arm Extension Length||None|
|Height Adjustment||4.3" / 109.2 mm|
|Weight||13.0 lb / 5.9 kg (with Stand)
9.0 lb / 4.1 kg (without Stand)
|Dimensions (W x H x D)||24.2 x 22.4 x 11.5" / 614.7 x 569.0 x 292.1 mm (with Stand)
24.2 x 14.3 x 1.8" / 614.7 x 363.2 x 45.7 mm (without Stand)
|Package Weight||20.575 lb|
|Box Dimensions (LxWxH)||26.9 x 19.2 x 8.9"|
|Inputs/Outputs||2 x HDMI Input
1 x DisplayPort Input
1 x USB Type-C Input/Output
2 x USB Type-A (USB 3.1 / USB 3.2 Gen 1) Output
1 x 1/8" / 3.5 mm Output
|Multi-Input Support (PIP/PBP)||None|
|Media Card Reader||None|
|Built-In Speakers||Yes, 2 x 5 W|
|Dot Pitch||0.1554 x 0.1554 mm|
|Viewing Angle (H x V)||178 x 178°|
|Response Time||5 ms (GtG)|
|Color Gamut||95% DCI-P3|
|Bit Depth / Color Support||10-Bit (1.07 Billion Colors)|
|Variable Refresh Technology||FreeSync|
|Refresh Rate||60 Hz|
|Maximum Brightness||400 cd/m2|
|Finish||Anti-Glare / Matte|
|Pixels Per Inch (ppi)||163 ppi|
|Resolution||3840 x 2160|
|Panel Type||IPS-Type LCD|
Bought this monitor to use with a 16” MacBook Pro. The single cable for charging, video, and USB (for a webcam) is great. Picture is sharp, DCI-P3 mode is a fairly close match to the colors of a MacBook.The HDR mode looks pretty bad, and the screen works a lot better with a Mac when it’s off.
Style/Design, Features/Settings, Performance, Quality
The monitor looks good. But when I connect it to my macbook pro 2018, it says no signal. The laptop is charging though. I tried HDMI cable and it worked. I am not sure if the usb-c cable has a issue or if I need to change some settings or not. If I can't find a way, I may return the monitor
Since buying this I have been pulling my hair out to try to get it set up. I have spent numerous hours on the chat line and got no where. After two days I got desperate and rebooted my computer. It went through a whole bunch of stuff for about an hour and a half and finally the monitor came on.
The images quality is as good as Apple's built-in Retina display, (In fact, LG is one of Apple Display suppliers). as long as with some tweaks. First of all, disable HDR mode. This display is really not a good "TRUE" HDR display, as it only has peek 400nt brightness, despite it's marketing "HDR...
I had to switch from iMac to a Mac Studio to keep up with the demands of my 3D CAD software upgrades. This display is a more-than-adequate replacement to the iMac. Sure, it's not Retina, but I don't think my eyesight is good enough anyway to really notice much of a difference.
This monitor is simply amazing. It charges my mac with USB-C, so there’s no need for a dongle. Additionally, I connected my logitech webcam and it automagically connected with my mac. Not only is the monitor good looking, the fact that it replaces my charging dongle is well worth it.
Overall the monitor is great and it looks amazing. The only thing I can complain about is that two months after owning it while working half the monitor screen went black. I’ve sent it out to LG for repair hopefully that doesn’t take long as I need the monitor for work because working off a laptop...
This product has been everything I hoped. The picture quality and brightness are great. The monitor also works great as a hub for my M1 MacBook Pro, allowing me to do everything with one cable plugged in. Computer while plugged in, even with intensive tasks, stays at 100% charge.
Once you get a well built unit is a great monitor for the price. I had to return the first unit because something was off with the colors.After two weeks of use i gotta say that the construction and ergonomics (tilt, height) are great.
I like the I/O flexibility. I connected this via USB-C to my M1 MacBook Air. This is the monitor connection AND the power supply/battery charger for the computer. AND, it has a pair of USB-3.1 A connectors on the back. I hook my older Apple Extended Keyboard to one of them.