Image: LG

The 32-inch version of LG’s heavily anticipated series of UltraFine Display OLED Pro monitors will be available beginning next month. This is according to an updated product listing for the 32EP950-B at B&H Photo, which now includes an availability date of June 16, 2021. Unfortunately, LG’s 32-inch UltraFine Display OLED Pro carries a price tag of $3,996.99, making it more expensive than LG’s 77-inch C1 ($3,799.99) and GX ($3,499.99) OLED TVs.

UltraFine 32EP950
OLED
31.5-inch
4K UHD (3840 x 2160)
DCI-P3 99 percent
60Hz
1ms
1M:1 C/R
Pixel Dimming HDR
VESA
DisplayHDRTM 400
True Black
USB-C

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. UltraFine Display OLED Pro also provides superb color accuracy, covering 99 percent (typical) of both the DCI-P3 and the Adobe RGB color space.

Sources: B&H Photo, LG

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8 Comments

  1. Pass. I could never go back to a display that small, much less one with a price tag like that. I’ll wait until the technology trickles down to the rest of us. I might pay half that for a 40″+ display, but $4,000 for 32″? Nope.

  2. This is for color and video types… at 60Hz, they can keep it for anything else.

  3. HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!!!!!
    My friend got a 55″ 120Hz OLED HDTV (LG CX) for $1400 (and now it is currently $1350 on Amazon), so LG must be outta their f*cking minds here. On Amazon, for 2 grand I could get a 65″ CX. A 77″ costs $3250 on Amazon, so LG must be on some powerful-@ss drugs to charge 4 grand for a 32″ monitor. And it’s only 60Hz!!!!!!!! LG, I think you missed April Fools by about a month.

  4. [QUOTE=”DrezKill, post: 34015, member: 230″]
    LG must be on some powerful-@ss drugs to charge 4 grand for a 32″ monitor
    [/QUOTE]
    Those are TVs, and this is a monitor.

    Biggest point: they expect to sell [I]many[/I] more TVs than they do of these, so they’re pricing them for volume. Bit of a lose-lose for anyone that doesn’t need this monitor’s strengths, which are obviously not tuned for gaming suitability.

    Granted, toss a hardware G-Sync module in there that also accepts Freesync, and up the panel to 120Hz, for which I assume the limitation is the chipset (which the G-Sync module would fix), and yeah, there’d be gamers paying US$4k for it immediately.

    Not me, but we know they’re out there!

  5. So glad I went with my 48″ CX instead of waiting on them to build a smaller version OLED. I had a feeling these new monitors would be overpriced.

  6. [QUOTE=”Niner51, post: 34081, member: 106″]
    So glad I went with my 48″ CX instead of waiting on them to build a smaller version OLED. I had a feeling these new monitors would be overpriced.
    [/QUOTE]
    That was my plan this summer too, but I just had to blow my money on a laptop since my current one the battery is starting to swell…

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