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LG UltraFine 4K Display

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  • Overview

    With a stunning 3840x2160 resolution, the 23.7-inch LG UltraFine 4K Display brings your favourite photos and videos to life. So whether you’re watching a film 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 ports (5 Gb/s) 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 ports (5 Gb/s)

    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 (2m)

    USB-C cable (1.5m)

    Power lead

    Easy setup guide

    VESA cover

    Tech Specs

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

    Resolution: 3840x2160 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 Gb/s)

    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.: 8806098348732

    Warranty

    Note: Apple's One-Year Limited Warranty does not apply to products that are not Apple-branded, even if 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 your product box and literature for details. Benefits under the manufacturer's warranty are in addition to rights provided by consumer law. For details, click here.

  • 4.0 Average
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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

      12 of 13 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

      7 of 7 people found this useful

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

    • 4.0 out of 5 stars

      Pretty happy

      I had a different LG display that was a 27" UHD 4K monitor. It was alright but I hated that I couldn't use my keyboard to control the on screen brightness. Th I had a different LG display that was a 27" UHD 4K monitor. It was alright but I hated that I couldn't use my keyboard to control the on screen brightness. This worked instantly out of the box. I can use all the on keyboard functions such as brightness now. The color is great. I have it hooked up to a 6 core mini with 32gb of ram. I plan on getting a second monitor here in another month. My only complaint is I wish the monitor was a little bit higher. It's plenty wide but the height leaves something to be desired. I feel like my windows are a little squished even with changing the scaling if i go any smaller I wouldn't be able to read what I was typing/looking at. Thank you for bringing such a nice little monitor to us LG/Apple. Would have been nice to have had a camera within the monitor for $700 I would have at least expected that.

      • Written by John B from Hobe Sound

      2 of 2 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?Pretty happy

    • 4.0 out of 5 stars

      It's mostly pretty great.

      We're in a weird space with desktop displays right now. There was only one true "retina grade" desktop display, the LG Ultrafine 27"; the initial released produ We're in a weird space with desktop displays right now. There was only one true "retina grade" desktop display, the LG Ultrafine 27"; the initial released product had some flaws, and after a couple years it disappeared from the market. This has re-appeared in its place. The 27" had the same 200dpi resolution as the 5k iMac. This 24" display has a 180dpi resolution. In "retina theory," one should be sitting farther away from the screen than from a 27" display for it to be considered retina-grade. Of course, people don't sit farther from smaller monitors, they sit closer. What this means is that if you put this screen next to a 5k iMac or a Macbook Pro at native resolution, everything on the 24" display is going to look too big, like Duplo Lego blocks. Fortunately, one can use resolution scaling to size everything approximately correct; your screen motion latency will suffer a bit, but you won't notice unless you're looking for it. The USB-C and built-in speakers are great. A camera is present but MacOS doesn't seem to see it and the documentation doesn't say anything about it. As it stands, this is the best and only retina-grade desktop display money can buy (excepting used/refurbished LG 27" Ultrafines), until the new Apple display debuts at $5000. I do hope that this display, with its refined construction and design language, is a sign that LG is re-releasing their 27" very soon.

      • Written by Eric J from Brooklyn

      Is this review useful?It's mostly pretty great.

    • 5.0 out of 5 stars

      Looks great, works perfectly with my 15" MacBook Pro

      I just upgraded to 2019 8-core 15" MacBook Pro from a 2015 27" iMac 5K and needed a larger screen for audio editing (which is suffering from really bad burn-in) I just upgraded to 2019 8-core 15" MacBook Pro from a 2015 27" iMac 5K and needed a larger screen for audio editing (which is suffering from really bad burn-in). I was originally looking at getting a Thunderbolt 3 dock for all my USB audio equipment and control devices with this new laptop which was going to cost me around $300. For $400 more I get the dock I needed along with a screen that looks better than my aging 5K screen and gives me even more screen real estate than I had before as a secondary monitor. And the way it seamlessly integrates with my Mac makes it feel like an Apple device. The small black bezel doesn't bother me at all when I'm using it (for those that wish Apple made an affordable 4K monitor). My only physical interaction with it now that it's set up is plugging the one thunderbolt cable in, so I don't care at all that it's not an Apple product. It does take a second or so longer to wake up than my laptop, but it's not a problem for me at all. Totally worth the price for how it works and looks!

      • Written by Marcus D from Franklin

      Is this review useful?Looks great, works perfectly with my 15" MacBook Pro

    • 4.0 out of 5 stars

      Happy customer. Meets my needs.

      I bought two of these to replace an OWC Thunderbolt Dock + 2 Dell 4k Monitors. The Thunderbolt Dock was too flaky/unreliable, and getting rid of that also freed I bought two of these to replace an OWC Thunderbolt Dock + 2 Dell 4k Monitors. The Thunderbolt Dock was too flaky/unreliable, and getting rid of that also freed up more desk space. So far, these monitors have just worked as expected. No issues, and I love the direct macOS integration that replaces goofy buttons and ugly/complicated on-screen display menus that litter most consumer monitors. The only thing keeping these monitors from a 5-star review is the price. I think $499 (or maybe $599) is the correct market price while still considering the Apple premium. Most 4k monitors of this size range between $250-$400.

      • Written by Ryan M from Lafayette

      Is this review useful?Happy customer. Meets my needs.

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