LG Electronics has just launched a new 28-inch LG DualUp monitor (28MQ780) in the United States. It’s a very unusual product, but one that still has a certain demand, and further strengthens LG in the display segment. The product features a crazy 16:18 aspect ratio and is based on the Nano IPS technology. It frees up more space for your desk without taking up space for dual monitors. Those who have been using two monitors for a vertical arrangement can have their needs served with this single product.
The LG DualUp Display is now available via LG’s Official website in the United States and comes with a price tag of $699. To recall, the product was firstly announced at CES 2022 and won an award in Innovation. The product will certainly revolutionize the way creators and developers work.
LG DualUp 28-inch display specifications
The display uses an innovative dual QHD resolution (2,560 x 2,880). It provides the same screen space as two 21.5-inch monitors. It also supports a vertical split view to provide users with better multitasking capabilities. The panel uses the Nano IPS tech that provides a more accurate color expression. The official data is DCI-P3 98 percent color gamut and supports HDR 10. The LG DualUP monitor also offers an ultra-adjustable LG Ergo stand that helps users to further improve productivity and save space in the process. It offers a wide range of lift, tilt, swivel, and swing angles.
Other specs also include a USB Type-C interface with a power output of up to 90 W. It’s capable of charging external devices such as laptops, speakers, and smartphones. There is one USB Type-C port, 2 x USB 3.0 ports, 2 x HDMI ports, and 1x DisplayPort. It also comes with Stereo Speakers tweaked by MAXXAUDIO.
The LG DualUp display is definitively an innovative product from LG. After its exit from the smartphone business, the company has been investing in the categories that “pay the bills”. The Display Business is certainly one of the strongest arms of LG. The company is one of the key widescreen monitor makers and now has an innovative vertical display.