LG 24MD4KL-B UltraFine 24" IPS LED 4K UHD Monitor - Black
|Screen Size||24 Inches|
|Resolution||4K UHD 2160p|
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- LG 24MD4KL-B 24 " UltraFine 4K UHD IPS LED Monitor - USB Type-C Cable - Thunderbolt 3 Cable - Power Cable - LG 1 Year Parts and Labor Limited Warranty
- 24" UHD (3840 x 2160) Nano IPS Display
- P3 Wide Color Gamut
- 500nits Brightness
- Two Thunderbolt 3 (In-85W PD /Out)
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|Display Resolution Maximum||3840 x 2160||3840 x 2160 pixels||3840 x 2160 pixels||1920 x 1080 pixels||3840 x 2160 pixels||1920 x 1080 pixels|
|Screen Size||24 inches||27 inches||27 inches||23.8 inches||23.8 inches||21.5 inches|
|Item Dimensions||218.94 x 19.8 x 129.41 inches||24.1 x 9.2 x 22 inches||24.1 x 9.2 x 17.7 inches||23.54 x 8.33 x 18.28 inches||8 x 21.8 x 16.6 inches||19.6 x 8.3 x 15.1 inches|
|Item Weight||23.72 lbs||13.40 lbs||13.50 lbs||9.94 lbs||8.80 lbs||5.60 lbs|
|Mounting Type||Wall Mount||Wall Mount||Wall Mount||Wall Mount||Wall Mount||Wall Mount|
|Refresh Rate||60 hertz||60 hertz||60 hertz||75 hertz||60 hertz||75 hertz|
UltraFine 4K Monitor 24 inch Class UltraFine 4K UHD IPS LED Monitor with macOS Compatibility. 23.7" IPS 4K DisplayOptimized color performance for mac LG 24MD4KL offers stunning UHD display, over 8 million pixels, quality versatility. While you are viewing or editing images and watching videos with your mac, this high performance monitor delivers immaculate 4K resolution. DCI-P3&500nitsRicher color, Better Brightness Supporting DCI-P3 & 500nits of brightness, LG UltraFine 4K Display can express razor-sharp text and life like images with wider color gamut and range of colors. Thunderbolt 3Powerful and Versatile Port LG UltraFine 4K Display With Thunderbolt 3 supports 4K Daisy Chain setup to configure a versatile Mac workstation as well as charging Mac up to 85W simultaneously without a separate power cable. 4K Daisy Chain Establish a dual-monitor environment by connecting two 4K monitors and a laptop using a Thunderbolt 3 cable. Flexible Standing Ensure optimal comfort and immersion for your creative work with the height-and-tilt adjustable stand, plus an easy setup VESA wall-mounting bracket. Mac CompatibilityCompatible with All Mac Devices Thunderbolt 3 ports on 24MD4KL are fully compatible with all Mac devices that support Thunderbolt 3 and USB Type-C. And USB Type-C ports offer additional connectivity and power for co
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Picture quality: before ordering it I was initially concerned I’d notice it as having worse picture quality compared to the 5K After all, the 5K has 216 ppi versus 186 from the 4K. To be honest, the 4K monitor still looks great and I don’t really notice a difference in everyday use. Sure, if you put your face up real close and look you can’t tell a slight decrease in picture quality, but I can’t tell when sitting at a normal distance. Only reason I rated 4/5 and not 5/5 is due to the 5Ks higher pixel density.
Features: this one does not have a webcam built in, but instead has an ambient light sensor that can adjust screen brightness. My 5K monitor is the opposite- camera but no light sensor. I never use the camera anyway and prefer the light sensor. The monitor has 4 USB-C ports in the back where you can keep any accessories plugged in.
Ease of use: just plug and play. It’s that easy. You can set it up to be used as an additional monitor to your MacBook screen, or close your MacBook and use it as a sole monitor. I have a wireless keyboard and trackpad so I have my MacBook closed most of the time. Super convenient as it’s only one cable and it charges the computer too.
Using multiple monitors: Yes, you can use both a 5K and 4K monitor together. I am using a late 2016 15 inch MacBook Pro with touchbar. *I’m not sure if the 13 inch will be able to push both monitors. According to Apple, the 15 inch can run 2 5K monitors or 4 4K monitors at once. The 13 inch can do one 5K or 2 4K. Just FYI before you buy* I searched and searched and could not find a clear answer. The only stipulation is that you need to plug one monitor into a right USB-C and the other into a USB-C port on the left side of the MacBook.
Build quality: monitor is pretty heavy and has a heavy duty metal base. Great quality overall.
Support: I’ve had great experiences with LG support. My 5K monitor died after an electrical transformer went out in the neighborhood. LG fixed it for $150 since it was out of warranty and I was only without it for 3 days. Very reasonable price for the service.
However, I have issues with the monitor frequently changing the brightness level for no apparent reason. For example, during the day, with steady ambient light, the monitor will downward adjust the brightness so it's way too dim then increase the brightness so that it's too bright on cycles of about 6 seconds. Very irritating. This occurs randomly every day or two.
You may be thinking this is because of my settings but that is not so. The "Automatically adjust brightness" setting is unchecked. I called LG customer support and the tech was stumped and said he'd call me back later that same day. It's been a week and I still haven't heard back. I want a refund but am past the refund period : (
I was reluctant before buying this monitor as many people mentioned it was not the over 200ppi retina, and you could experience visual blurriness if used with scaled resolution. I am obsessed with retina display quality, but I don't need to see anything so much up close on the monitor. I am using it with a MacBook Pro 15. This monitor is excellent, including in the scaled resolution which I use it in. No waking up issues with Mac. Honestly I can't speak to a single negative point about this monitor. Yes it is pricy, and may be the same satisfaction can be found in a less expensive monitor, but it has many plusses as well. I really like the auto-brightness control. The screen is glossy, but not reflective. And you don't need to use the large charger of your MBP, as this one charges it while using a regular plug.
So far so good, none of the issues detected that many are experiencing (i.e. retention issues), there's slight bleeding from the edges if you're too close (<4") to the screen, but I feel that's just a matter of backing up. Obviously the monitor isn't meant to be kissed.
Price was on the high end because everyone and their mother is price gouging due to the WFH trend in these times.
Monitor is great for use with a Mac because it can do everything through one Thunderbolt USC-C cable (incl.), the cable provides a video feed from the MacBook to the monitor and the monitor in turn provides power to the MacBook Pro. On the back of the monitor is a USB-C hub (USB-C hubs don't exist separately yet due to slow action by Intel), some of which provide data passthrough to the MacBook, others just provide power.
Monitor can also used to daisy chain another monitor to the MacBook Pro (haven't tried this yet). Can't say anything useful about the stand because I used a desk mount with the monitor and placed the stand back in the box.
Native resolution of the monitor is impractical to use (too small) so I ended up using it at 2560x1440. Image quality is good, no weird artifacts or retention, but I would suggest setting up a screensaver just to be safe.
Built in speakers are "meh", not great but ok if you're in a pinch.
Great thing about the monitor is that it automatically turns on/off based on if there's a video feed incoming from the Mac. Downside is that it sometimes can take up to 10s before you're up and running from standby. MacBook first takes a couple of seconds to wake up and then the monitor will add a couple more seconds once it realizes that there's a video feed, but this is a minor nuisance.
Another great thing is that it has an ambient light sensor that automatically changes brightness. I know it works but I have never noticed it kicking in (which is a good thing).
Screen brightness can be turned up really easy through the multimedia buttons on any Apple keyboard (system and monitor work together well), top brightness is super bright, I haven't used the monitor above the the 3rd/4th step and there's plenty of higher settings left.
Built quality is very "meh". Very plasticy and feels pretty flimsy, but then again how often do you touch a monitor? This one is completely controlled without physical buttons on the monitor itself anyways. But would've been nice if had a more premium aesthetic, considering the price and the fact it's specifically made with Apple products in mind.
All in all a great monitor so far, a bit too pricey (nowadays) if you ask me, but a must if you appreciate the quality of life features aimed at Mac users, if only since this is pretty much the only monitor with these features.
Update: As I was tidying up the boxes I found a warranty card from Invictus for refurbished LG Ultrafines. I bought this monitor as new, so I'm not sure what's up with this.