The latest monitor by LG should qualify with flying colors for those after a multiple cleaner setup of monitor. Having a size of 42.5 inches for the screen, the brilliantly named 43UD79-B can show a single source in a full screen resolution of 3840 x 2160 or at the max four screens all at once of full HD from various sources.
Sporting an IPS panel with a 178-degree viewing angle, 1,000:1 contrast ratio, and 60 Hz rate of refresh, the monitor bunches a sum of seven ports at the back. These comprise one DisplayPort 1.2a input, 4 HDMI ports (2 HDMI 1.4 and 2 HDMI 2.0), one RS-232C terminal, and one USB-C port that can receive a signal of DisplayPort. There are two USB 3.0 ports present as well that permits a mouse and a keyboard to be linked to manage two computers simultaneously. It also has two built in 10 W speakers and a 3.5 mm headphone jack.
The screen can be divided in a range of configurations, varying from a sole integrated display to four-, three-, as well as two-screen setups. When showcasing four full HD video screens, each part of the screen will be approximately 21.3 inches in dimension, but the monitor also ropes picture-in-picture, which permits you to keep a watch on various sources while a 4K picture grabs up the whole display. You can toggle among the different configurations with the provided remote control.
While it seems like perfect match for financial dealers and wheelers, LG is also focusing the new device at gamers with sustainability for Dynamic Action Sync to lower input lag, and Game Mode as well as Black Stabilizer. It is also well-matched with FreeSync of AMD, which lowers image choppiness and tears.
The 43UD79-B has dimensions of 38.1 in x 25.5 in x 10.8 (967mm x 648mm x 275 mm) and weighs 35 lb (15.9 kg) when measured with stand, and 38.1 in x 22.6 in x 2.8 in (967 mm x 575 mm x 71 mm) and 22.1 lb (12.3 kg) when measured without stand.
In a nutshell, the new LG 43UD79-B is a treat for the LG fans.