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|Power Adapter Type||External|
|USB Power Delivery||60 W (via USB Type-C)|
|Power Consumption||70 W (Typical)180 W (Maximum)39.8 W (Eco)0.5 W (Standby)|
|AC Input Power||100 to 240 VAC, 50 / 60 Hz|
|Weight||16.1 lb / 7.30 kg (With Stand)12.4 lb / 5.62 kg (Without Stand)|
|Mounting-Hole Pattern||100 x 100 mm|
|Dimensions (W x H x D)||28.7 x 23.7 x 9.1" / 729.0 x 602.0 x 231.1 mm (With Stand)28.7 x 16.7 x 2.0" / 729.0 x 424.2 x 50.8 mm (Without Stand)|
|Height Adjustment||4.3" / 109.22 mm|
|Built-In Speakers||Yes, 2 x 5 W|
|Connectivity||2 x HDMI1 x DisplayPort1 x USB Type-C2 x USB Type-A1 x 3.5 mm Output|
|Refresh Rate||60 Hz|
|Adaptive Sync Technology||FreeSync|
|Bit Depth / Color Support||10-Bit (1.07 Billion Colors)|
|Response Time||4 ms (GtG)|
|Viewing Angle||Horizontal: 178°Vertical: 178°|
|Dot Pitch||0.181 x 0.181 mm|
|Color Gamut||95% DCI-P395% CIE1976|
|Panel Type||VA LCD|
|Resolution||3840 x 2160|
|Pixels Per Inch (ppi)||139 ppi|
|Maximum Brightness||400 cd/m2|
$750 Pre-orders for LG 32UL750-W FreeSync HDR 600 Display LG is preparing to release the 32UL750-W 31.5-inch FreeSync gaming monitor....
Given a 4k monitor with USB-C support, this is a great monitor. The colors are great when you look straight onto the monitor. However, when you look at certain angle, the colors will gray out! But I guess this is tolerable given the price range and 4K support.
Style/Design, easy to use
HDR is really nice, although I think the way that the HP HDR Gaming monitor (its actual name) handles the whole HDR-input thing better. The screen isn't uniform all of the time, but while in gaming and performing tasks I can't tell (mostly noticeable when I'm in Discord).
I've had it for a few months now and I've heard some complaining but it seems to come from those using other than the Display Port. .. I do some RAW and HRD photography and videos as a hobby and I guess I should tell people to use the Display Port connection because the pictures and Vids look great...
I got this monitor a week and a half ago and it has worked great for me. After days of research I choose this monitor over the 950 because it has many of the same features. I do color sensitive work with this monitor. It all looks great!
ease of use, Performance
Generally a very good monitor with nice size and clarity. I use it with a Macbook Pro and a Pixelbook (primary). Disappointed it does not auto switch to the active machine and does not appear to be seen when the pixelbook boots - you have to unplug and replug the USB-C connector to activate.
I don't recommend...not bright all. And colors are off, especially white. I used a LG IPS 27in before, so maybe I was spoiled. I also hate the matte finish, which is grainy and compromises the image quality and makes it look even darker. I would never purchase a VA monitor ever again.
I purchased this monitor earlier this year as I moved to remote work mode and was happy until the blackouts started happening. Should've done my research before buying this. I usually have great experience with LG products except this one. Wish LG could have done better QA on this product
Style/Design, easy to use
Lots of settings to zero in on the configuration you want. Really like the USB-C port so I can charge my MacBook while having it connected to just the monitor, no need for extra power. Beautiful color, very bright (if desirable).
I’ve been searching for a monitor to go with my Mac book pro for work here at my home office. This is the one. My eyes already feel so much better and I’m kind of kicking myself for not making this purchase a lot sooner. I bought the 32” and it’s great so far. Set it up in 10 minutes.
I bought this a month ago and it is an okay monitor. I do a lot of film editing and this monitor works fine, but the only issue is that when I have it connected via USB-C it from time to time blacks out and I have to wait about 2-5 seconds for it to return.