LG has launched the new 32UK550-B 4K gaming monitor that will be marketed at a particularly lower price for the category it belongs to, YEN 55,000 – approximately $482 in the Japanese market starting next October 11th.
The 4K gaming monitor has a 32-inch VA (Vertical Alignment) panel with a resolution of 3,840 x 2,160 pixels, support for HDR10, covers 95% of the DCI-P3 color gamut and implements the AMD FreeSync technology up to 60Hz. According to the official website, the color calibration is performed at the factory and reaches a maximum brightness of 300 nits.
As you may have guessed, the technical specifications are not top of the range and LG has had to make some sacrifices in order to offer a quality product at a reduced price.
The LG 32UK550-B should also arrive in the US, but no confirmations have yet emerged in this regard. We will update the article in case there should be updates to this effect.