The LG 31MU97 is a DCI 4K resolution monitor that has a ridiculous resolution of 4,096 x 2,160 which is the standard used for digital cinema, no less. The monitor is aimed squarely at video editors, photographers and graphic editors.
This monitor supports 10-bit color and over 99.5% of the Adobe RGB color space. It is also good to go with 97% of the DCI-P3 color space which represents the standard for digital cameras and digital cinema projectors.
This monitor gives video editors the power to edit 4K content in Digital Cinema 4K without having to scale down their image. The monitor also lets users use LG's True Color Pro software to calibrate their screen to meet their requirements.
The LG 31MU97 4K monitor will be available globally in the coming days.
LG's New 4K Monitor Has a Mind-Bogglingly High Resolution
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