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LG’s 27-inch OLED monitor is a $2,000 rarity

An OLED this size and this cheap is still uncommon for monitors.



Enlarge / LG’s UltraFine 27EQ850-B OLED monitor. (credit: LG)

LG has released an OLED computer monitor with a more accessible size and price than most. The LG UltraFine 27EQ850-B represents one of the few 27-inch OLED panels available and has a competitive MSRP (for an OLED monitor) at $2,000.

LG recently listed the 27EQ850-B, as spotted by sites like DisplaySpecifications and KitGuru. It’s a 4K, 60 Hz screen with a claimed 200 nits of brightness and 99 percent DCI-P3 and Adobe RGB color coverage.

USB-C connectivity with 90 W power delivery puts the monitor on par with other USB-C monitors, like the Dell UltraSharp U2723QE; although there are monitors, like the Apple Studio Display, with greater power delivery (96 W).

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