Apple-flagship 5K monitor of LG may have staggered on its launch, but the latest display of the company seems as it would cover entire bases according to its screen real estate, durability and flexibility. The newest model LG 43UD79-B has a 42.5 inch UHD panel with the resolution of 3840 x 2160 including a perfect range of gaming and productivity focusing features. The press release from LG indicated that the latest model 43UD79-B has an IPS panel with 178 wide-degree viewing angle, 1000:1 contrast ratio and it has the ability to support more than 1.07 billion colors. Its refresh rate of 60 hertz will not heap-up against latest gaming monitors. This latest model can boast a Game Mode, Dynamic Action Sync mode and Black Stabilizer. The LG 43UD79-B provides an ease for gamers with Radeon GPUs.
Its compatibility with Free-Sync dynamic refresh rate tech of AMD will avoid screen scattering and visual stumble. You will find 2 HDMI 1.4 inputs, 2 HAMI 2.0 inputs, a USC-C port and one Display-Port 1.2 port with Free-Sync in order to manage a Display-Port signal. The monitor has the ability to act as a screen for up to 4 different devices at the same time using those ports. It uses a variety of split-screen configurations and support for picture-in-picture. The monitor has the capability to handle 2 computers from a single keyboard and mouse using the 2 standard USB 3.0 ports. It has 2 built-in speakers (Harman Kardon) and a remote control. Its panel can double as a 42.5 inch 4K TV after closing entire spreadsheets. The 43UD79-B will be available on 19th May 2017 in Japan with an estimated price at 745 U.S dollars (83,000 Yen).