LG’s 43-Inch 4K Monitor Can Display Four Sources At Once
Have you ever wanted a 43-inch display? The bigger the better, right? LG’s latest 42.5-inch display is a monster of a display. The LG 43UD79-B is a 43-inch 4K display that’ll let you put four 21-inch “displays” on the one screen. You could watch a movie, keep tabs on the news, play a video game, and work on a spreadsheet all at once. It’s the multi-taskers dream or nightmare. You could display only one source, but you’ll have a lot of space to fill on the 42.5 inches, 3840×2160 pixels screen. Other specs include 350 cd/m² brightness, 1000:1 contrast ratio, and 60 Hz refresh rate. The 60 Hz refresh rate may turn off some but it’s decent enough for many uses.
On the back of the display, you’ll find a load of ports including two HDMI 1.4 inputs and two 2.0, one USB-C port, and one DisplayPort, which can be used as a DisplayPort. If you need more you also have two built-in KVM switch to control two different computers. All total, you have a monster of a display with enough ports to have two PCs, a console, and other media players connected.
LG’s 43-inch display is a multitasker’s dream screen
What all the ports and specs mean is you can display up to 4 sources whether it’s consoles, computers, or other media players. You’ll comfortably view all four displays without straining your eyes. You’ll need to focus on a bunch of screens at once, but it’ll help in the long run.
The LG 43UD79-B launches on 19th May in Japan for roughly $742, or 83,000 yen, but for that amount you also get two built-in 10 W Harman Kardon speakers. There isn’t an international launch date yet, but we hope one will come soon enough.
Tell us your thoughts! Would you buy the LG 43-inch monitor or opt for a smaller 4K screen?