LG’s first 27-inch OLED monitor, the 27EP950B, will cost $2,996.99. The price was uncovered in a new listing over at B&H Photo, which is already allowing customers to preorder the beautiful display. While no photos or specifications have been published by the retailer yet, we suspect that the 27EP950B will be largely identical to LG’s 32-inch UltraFine Display OLED Pro aside from the smaller panel.
“The self-emissive OLED display gives the 31.5-inch 4K monitor a contrast ratio of 1,000,000:1 while independent dimming control of its more than eight million pixels helps eliminate the distracting halo effect common to HDR LCD displays,” LG wrote in a press release teasing the 32EP950. “UltraFine Display OLED Pro also provides superb color accuracy, covering 99 percent (typical) of both the DCI-P3 and the Adobe RGB color space.”
“LG UltraFine Display OLED Pro achieves the color fidelity digital artists’ demand thanks to its 10-bit 4K OLED display and LG Calibration Studio. LG’s hardware calibration solution allows users to make direct adjustments to ensure the highest degree of color accuracy and consistency. And for convenient connection with a wide range of devices, the monitor features a plethora of ports: one USB Type-C with 90W charging, two DisplayPort, one HDMI and three USB.”
It isn’t clear when LG’s OLED monitors will be released, but B&H Photo’s listing suggests that they could be “coming soon.” As reported by OLED-info, LG’s 27EP950B and 32EP950 UltraFine Display OLED Pro leverage inkjet-printed panels manufactured by Japanese display technology company JOLED, which was formed after Panasonic and Sony opted to merge their OLED technologies and businesses.