LG Teases 31-inch 4K monitor for CES in January

LG today unveiled its first 4K monitor ahead of CES 2014 this coming January. Dubbed the 31MU95, the monitor is a 31-inch panel with a 4,096 x 2,160 resolution at a 16:9 aspect ratio. It also boasts sport for Thunderbolt 2.

The 31MU95 is joined by the 27MB85, LG's 27-inch Color Prime Model, as well as the UltraWide UM95 (available in 34- and 29-inch models) and the UltraWide UM65 (25-, 29-, and 34-inch models).

"LG IPS 21:9 UltraWide series was originally developed as user-centric PC monitors to enhance the computing experience, for both work and play," said Hyoung-sei Park, head of LG's IT Business Division. "Our 21:9 aspect ratio monitors has proven to be a critical and commercial success and we forecast this market will continue to grow."

The UM95 supports Thunderbolt 2.0, and True Color Finder calibration software, while the UM65 is a 'leaner' lower cost option. Both will be on display alongside the 31MU95 at CES in just a couple of weeks. Stay tuned for hands on photos!

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  • Nolonar
    Looking forward to the day 20 inch 8k screens become standard.
    Maybe then we'll be able to enjoy alias-free games (assuming they run at native resolution) without having to use AA?
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  • maxiim
    Call me when these are ~500$
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  • Nolonar
    Anonymous said:
    Call me when these are ~500$
    Well, when I said "become standard", I was thinking about ~200$.
    Do mainstream screens really have to be that much more expensive?
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