Practically both industry and consumers have associated the term 4K resolution to 3840 x 2160 pixels (UltraHD), but before this trend arrived to panel manufacturers, 4K resolution referred to exceed 4000 pixels in resolution horizontal, so what the manufacturers really sell us as 4K, does not meet the original name of this resolution.
To differentiate the fake 4K to the actual 4K, the Full 4K monitors that exceed these 4,000 pixels of horizontal resolution, and a monitor with that resolution is what LG has launched the market today.
The LG 31MU97 is one of the few monitors available in the market reaching full 4K resolution of 4096 x 2160 pixels. Arrives with a diagonal measure of 31 inches and the ability to represent 99.5% of the Adobe RGB color gamut thanks to its 10-bit IPS panel.
Integrates Thunderbolt, HDMI and DisplayPort connectors, plus the usual USB 3.0 HUB.
Its suggested retail price is about 2,200 dollars.
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