Following our monitoring of the news presented by LG at CES 2021 in the monitor market, we have the official announcement by the manufacturer of the third monitor of the line, curiously named LG UltraWide 40WP95C, which complements the line with UltraGear and UltraFine.
With a 40-inch curved IPS nanoscreen with a resolution of 5K (5120 x 2160), a refresh rate of 72 Hz and a response time of 5 ms, the monitor, like UltraGear, promises a 98% DCI-P3 color gamut, making it a convenient option is for content production.
One point that also attracts the attention of this new monitor is that not only is it a good option for productivity, but its ratio makes it a good option for content consumption, after all, a lot of cinematic content is offered in a 21: 9 ratio, same opinion in that panel.
Last but not least, in addition to proportion, we have the confirmation that it has 135% sRGB and HDR10 color space, which will favor the most current and most streaming consumption.
Finally, we have also confirmed by brand support for AMD Radeon FreeSync (which should provide a seamless experience and low latency) and Thunderbolt 4, which simultaneously provides fast data transfer and power delivery via a single cable.
The official price and availability of the LG UltraWide 40WP95C has not yet been officially revealed by the brand, but its availability is expected to happen in the international market in the coming months.