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LG UltraFine 4K Display

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  • Overview

    With a stunning 3840-by-2160 resolution, the 23.7-inch LG UltraFine 4K Display brings your favourite photos and videos to life. So whether you’re watching a movie or editing an image, this high-performance monitor delivers immaculate 4K resolution for even the most pixel-packed visuals.

    A single Thunderbolt 3 cable (included) provides up to 85W of charging power to your MacBook Pro or MacBook Air with Thunderbolt 3 (USB-C) ports. The display has two Thunderbolt 3 (USB-C) ports, and you can use one to connect to another 4K display. Three downstream USB-C (5-Gbps) ports offer additional connectivity and power to compatible devices and accessories.

    Built-in stereo speakers deliver an enhanced audio experience. And with over 8 million pixels, your text, photos and web pages will look sharper and more vivid than ever.

    Outstanding image quality

    The UltraFine 4K Display features a 23.7-inch IPS panel, P3 wide colour gamut and 500 cd/m² of brightness. And with over 8 million pixels, it has four times more than a typical 1080p HD display.

    A perfect complement to your Mac, the UltraFine 4K Display gives you plenty of room for a multitude of tools and windows, while rendering incredibly lifelike images and razor-sharp text instantaneously.

    Simplified user experience

    Connect the UltraFine 4K Display to your MacBook Pro or MacBook Air via an included Thunderbolt 3 cable, which supports 4K video, audio and data simultaneously — all while supplying up to 85W of charging power. With two Thunderbolt 3 ports for daisy-chaining, you can easily set up dual UltraFine 4K Displays by simply connecting a single Thunderbolt 3 cable to your MacBook Pro or MacBook Air.

    Connect the UltraFine 4K Display to your MacBook or iPad Pro via an included USB-C cable, which also supplies up to 85W of charging power.

    And with seamless macOS integration, you can control volume and brightness on your 4K display without the need for physical buttons.

    Use the adjustable stand to create a personalised environment for work or play. Or disconnect the stand and mount the display on your preferred VESA arm using the provided VESA cover.

    Highlights

    Outstanding image quality

    Over 8 million pixels

    Built-in stereo speakers and three USB-C (5-Gbps) ports

    Video, data and power over a single Thunderbolt 3 (USB-C) cable (included) or USB-C cable (included)

    What’s in the Box

    LG UltraFine 4K Display

    Thunderbolt 3 cable (2 m)

    USB-C cable (1.5 m)

    Power cord

    Easy setup guide

    VESA cover

    Tech Specs

    Display Size: 23.7-inch (diagonal) 4K display with IPS technology

    Resolution: 3840 by 2160 with support for millions of colours

    Brightness: 500 cd/m²

    Colour Gamut: P3 wide colour gamut

    Ports: Two Thunderbolt 3 (input and output for daisy chain), three USB-C (USB 3.1 gen 1, 5 Gbps)

    Power Delivery: Up to 85W over Thunderbolt 3 or USB-C for host power and charging

    Speaker Configurations: Stereo

    Power: Built-in power supply

    Height: 41.8 cm/16.4 in.

    Width: 55.6 cm/21.8 in.

    Depth: 23.0 cm/9.0 in. (with stand), 5.0 cm/1.9 in. (without stand)

    Weight: 7.0 kg/15.4 lb.

    System Requirements

    Operating System: macOS Mojave 10.14.5 or later

    Connection: Thunderbolt 3–enabled Mac, USB-C–enabled Mac or iPad Pro

    Manufacturer Information

    Part Number

    UPC or EAN No.: 8806098348770

    Warranty

    Note: Apple’s one-year limited warranty does not apply to products that are not Apple-branded, even if they are packaged or sold with Apple products. Non–Apple-branded products may have the benefit of a manufacturer’s warranty provided by the product manufacturer. Please see the product box and literature for details. Rights under the product manufacturer’s warranty are in addition to any rights you have under Australian consumer law.

  • Mac Models

  • 4.0 Average
    4 out of 5 stars
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    • 5.0 out of 5 stars

      Worth the wait

      I have been using an Apple LED Cinema Display (24") with my 2008 Mac Pro, and it's replacement, a 2018 Mac Mini. Needless to say, I was due for a new monitor. I I have been using an Apple LED Cinema Display (24") with my 2008 Mac Pro, and it's replacement, a 2018 Mac Mini. Needless to say, I was due for a new monitor. I was holding out for a new Apple monitor that I hoped would show up at WWDC 2019, but not only is the new Apple monitor outside of any rational home budget, it's much too large for my home workspace. This is about as plain as monitors get, but the panel itself is gorgeous, the setup seamless with the Mac Mini and the speakers sound surprisingly good. The first gen LG monitors had issues, they updated the 27" version to fix those if Amazon reviews are to be believed, but why pay 2X for marginally more real estate. And the 20" LG, now discontinued was too small. The Mac Mini + LG Ultrafine 24" is the iMac 24" we've never had. BTW, if I was still working (I'm retired), I would love this monitor with a MacBook on my office desk. The monitor comes with the cable needed for the Mac Mini 2018 or latest MacBook Pro. It also includes a VESA mount adapter. And a stand :).

      • Written by Michael R from Portland

      20 of 21 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?Worth the wait

    • 5.0 out of 5 stars

      Exactly what I was looking for.

      I was upgrading from a 10 year old Samsung 21” monitor. The difference is amazing. Gorgeous picture with much better detail than the old one. Sufficient power i I was upgrading from a 10 year old Samsung 21” monitor. The difference is amazing. Gorgeous picture with much better detail than the old one. Sufficient power in the Thunderbolt 3 ports to charge my 2018 MacBook Pro as well as run a UA Arrow audio interface with no lag whatsoever. The downside I read in some reviews was the lack of camera, but I just put my existing HD USB camera on top and ran it with a USB-C interface plug to one of the other ports. The stand pops off easily with one locking slide, and the VESA plate pops in so I can use my existing mount. I have not tested the internal speakers, so I’m not going to comment on those. I couldn’t be happier with this purchase!

      • Written by Patrick K from Woodbridge

      11 of 11 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?Exactly what I was looking for.

    • 5.0 out of 5 stars

      Terrific Display; Slight Downgrade From 5K iMac

      I decided to replace my aging 2014 5KiMac with a 15” MacBook Pro and this display. I went to the Apple Store nearest me and bought it before the floor employee I decided to replace my aging 2014 5KiMac with a 15” MacBook Pro and this display. I went to the Apple Store nearest me and bought it before the floor employees even knew it was in stock. My initial usage wasn’t without problems. The monitor would resist my entreaties to turn on when I woke up the MacBook Pro. I went to the local Best Buy and spent $39 for an Apple Thunderbolt 3 cable to replace the stock LG cable. The new cable solved the problem about 90% of the time, but the monitor still refuses to wake up once a week or so. I have to unplug the cable and plug it back in. The LG monitor maintenance app is laughable; if I wait until the app tells me to update the firmware, I’ll never get beyond the version that shipped with the display. The 24” display is a slight downgrade from my 5K iMac, but the desk real estate I’ve gained back is significant. The display itself is gorgeous, even if the stand is blocky. And since I’ve switched to USB-C for all my peripherals, I welcome the ports. I’ve concluded that I should spend the extra money to buy another display and run them side-by-side rather than buy a TB3 hub.

      • Written by Jim M from Belleville

      8 of 9 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?Terrific Display; Slight Downgrade From 5K iMac

    • 2.0 out of 5 stars

      Be mindful of the connectivity

      I've read some reviews about the 27 inch monitors. It had some bad reviews about connectivity in the early days then seemed to be fixed after a while. As this 2 I've read some reviews about the 27 inch monitors. It had some bad reviews about connectivity in the early days then seemed to be fixed after a while. As this 24 Inch one is new product and I thought it would be ok. However the £629 monitor doesn't wake up like my £50 one in my office doe when I press a key. I still like the display, will possibly keep it and just wait Apple or LG to update their software.

      • Written by Weizong C from Borehamwood

      6 of 6 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?Be mindful of the connectivity

    • 1.0 out of 5 stars

      Not ready for production

      This monitor appears to have been released before the firmware and supporting app were ready. The Screen Manager software doesn't support screen split or monito This monitor appears to have been released before the firmware and supporting app were ready. The Screen Manager software doesn't support screen split or monitor control and it doesn't come back to life after I put it in to sleep mode - I either have to open and close the lid of my MacBook or unplug the monitor. I've tried both USB-C and Thunderbolt 3 cables for connectivity. I purchased this monitor as I thought it would 'just work' as Apple products do. It feels very third party, which I understand it is, but unless these issues are fixed in the next fortnight, i.e. my return period, I'll be sending it back. It looks beautiful, but it's disappointing. I would rather keep the monitor as aesthetically it looks nice, the screen is beautiful and it charges my MacBook Pro 15", but if it can't work as it's supposed to, the frustration kills creativity.

      • Written by Barrington H from West Row

      6 of 8 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?Not ready for production

    • 5.0 out of 5 stars

      This is really ultra fine

      Connected to: 2018 Mac Mini with i7 processor I love this monitor. I have only had it half a week. It replaces a Del P2415q which is, in itself, a great moni Connected to: 2018 Mac Mini with i7 processor I love this monitor. I have only had it half a week. It replaces a Del P2415q which is, in itself, a great monitor. I did not want t replace it but I started having consistent troubles of varying sorts with it connecting and staying connected to the mini. long and short of that is that the problems are likely not in the Mini and they were not in that Dell Monitor. Likely, the complexity of how the T2 chip is involved in all the connections is the culprit, and there are known issues. Perhaps, some day, Apple with have a fix. I was losing serious time getting work done fiddling and I decided to buy this monitor, in the hopes that with all the integration with Mac that Apple had likely worked out all the kinks with these LG monitors. I WOULD SAY SO! I had not planned to replace that Dell. It's really a great monitor, and this costs pretty much more. But given the troubles I as having and the tight integration, I went for it. I am fairly confident I will not see those problems again. This is just different. There have been no graphics hiccups or start up stalls (where the monitor disconnects) like I was having. It's really an even better monitor than the Dell, also, in three very important ways. 1. 500 Nits for the LG to 300 Nits for the Dell. That 300 was barely enough in the bright, big window room I work in. It's really great to have the extra brightness. 2. Built in speakers. The Dell did not have that, either. The ones built into the LG sound good. Are you going to listen to music on them? I hope not. But a serious upgrade on the speaker in the Mini. 3. This is the best part that I had wondered if I'd care that much. The built in control for things like brightness and volume of the speakers on the Mac Magic keyboard work flawlessly with this LG monitor. On the Dell, I was changing the brightness through the day and that always involved two button presses just to get to where I could adjust it. Here, it's just those two keys on the Apple keyboard. That's really great. The LG also has loads of ports (3 USB Cs and 2 TB2--one of which you would use with the supplied cable to connect to your Mac (as long as it has TB3 ports on it). That means you instantly gain several downstream ports you can plug more things into if you have more things to plug. As for looks, I like this a lot better than I thought I would. I'm sure it is plastic but it's really great plastic (the bezel, I mean). It seems quite study. The look is understated but modern and functional. The screen is vivid, as bright as you could want it, and gorgeous. I run this at one level up from the default for the display as to resolution. (one to the right of the default) That works best for me. I've been used to 4k for awhile, but if you are not, I cannot recommend that enough. The screen is glossy and it works. The Dell was a high quietly matt. Either are truly very good. I do not have a preference, but if I were working a lot with photos, the glossy screen of the LG would win hands down. I do not know your budget. I am very please that I spent $ 699.00 on this. it solved a problem that was wiping out days worth of work time and it made me much happier than doing merely that. It's a great monitor.

      • Written by Scott S from Greenwood Village

      6 of 7 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?This is really ultra fine

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