LG’s heavily anticipated UltraFine 32EP950-B OLED monitor has officially gone on sale according to multiple listings at popular retailers that include B&H Photo and Best Buy. The price tag might be a problem for many display enthusiasts, however.
LG’s UltraFine 32EP950-B costs $3,999 and $3,999.99 at B&H Photo and Best Buy, respectively. This is a relatively ridiculous cost considering the fact that users who are seeking the ultimate in visual quality could go so far as to purchase a 77-inch LG G1PUA OLED TV for just $300 more. The G1PUA is a 2021 premium OLED that boasts LG’s latest evo panel, which boasts a higher peak level of brightness.
That said, LG’s UltraFine 32EP950-B is one of the only real choices for OLED fans who have limited desk space and need to keep to a display with a moderately sized panel. The UltraFine 32EP950-B might also be relevant to users who want an OLED display with DisplayPort; LG’s OLED TVs only feature HDMI.
LG’s UltraFine 32EP950-B monitor features a 31.5-inch OLED panel that supports a 3,840 x 2,160 resolution at 60 Hz. Being an OLED product, users can expect an incredible 1 million:1 contrast ratio, perfect black levels, and fewer of the annoying problems associated with other panel technologies such as backlight bleeding and poor viewing angles. The UltraFine 32EP950-B also offers 99 percent coverage of the DCI-P3 and Adobe RGB color spectrums.
[…] you can transfer video, audio, data, and up to 90W of power over a single USB Type-C cable with compatible laptops. Other features include a 250 cd/m² brightness and an integrated USB 3.1 Gen 1 hub that allows you to quickly connect peripherals such as keyboards, mice, and flash drives through the monitor.