LG Set To Unveil USB Type-C Supporting 4K Displays During CES 2016
CES 2016 is just around the corner, beginning in early January, and LG has started teasing some of the products the company will be showcasing during the main press event in January. These new gadgets and hardware include a range of products including new monitors and PCs.
Perhaps what seems to be the biggest attraction in LG’s offerings for next year is the new pair of 4K monitors that the electronics company is launching. Both these monitors will be focused mainly on PC usage hence the 27-inch and 32-inch display sizes. The 4K displays will also incorporate USB Type-C ports in them.
There are also three new 21:9 ratio ultrawide displays which LG will be showcasing. These will feature 3440×1440 resolution and ThunderBolt 2 connection support, two of them using flat displays while the third will have a curved screen.
In terms of audio equipment, the company will also be showing off a trio of new sound bars, with the two most expensive options offering wireless subwoofers, and all three coming with Bluetooth and Google Cast compatibility. LG will also be debuting three new X-Boom audio systems, and if you were to judge them just from looks, they seem to be amazing and will hopefully deliver a premium sound experience.
Since there are just teaser announcements, full details of all these products including price and availability aren’t available yet because obviously LG would like to keep that stuff under wraps until the press event.
Source: The Verge
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