LG Ergo Dual monitors are now available for purchase: two 27-inch 2K panels that can be freely combined.

LG's Ergo Dual dual-screen monitor released last year is now shipping in North America, priced at $799 (about 5089.63 yuan). According to reports, this monitor is equipped with LG's new Ergo stand, which allows two 27-inch 2K screens to be arranged in the four ways shown in the above picture to meet the multi-screen usage needs of different people.

The screen model used by Ergo Dual is 27QP88D, 27-inch IPS screen, 2560*1440 resolution, 75Hz refresh rate, 8bit color depth, 99% sRGB color gamut, 1000:1 contrast ratio, and supports HDR10. In terms of interfaces, this monitor is equipped with HDMI, DP, and a full-featured USB-C interface.

At this year's CES, LG announced a new DualUp series of monitors, model 28MQ780, with a 16:18 square screen design. The display size is 27.6 inches, LG Nano IPS screen, three-sided narrow border design; 2560*2880 resolution, 98% DCI-P3 color gamut, 300 nit brightness, 1000:1 contrast ratio, and supports HDR10. This DualUp monitor is equipped with LG's Ergo stand, which supports lifting and rotating adjustment; the interface includes a full-featured USB-C, supports 96W external power supply, as well as two HDMI and one DP interface; built-in two 7W high-power speakers.

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