|Standing screen display size||27 Inches|
|Screen Resolution||3840 x 2160|
|Max Screen Resolution||3840 x 2160 Pixels|
LG 27UK850-W 27" 4K UHD IPS Monitor with HDR10 with USB Type-C Connectivity and FreeSync, White
|Display Size||27 Inches|
|Resolution||4K UHD 2160p|
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- 27 inch 4k UHD resolution (3840 X 2160) IPS display
- HDR 10 Compatibility
- Response time 5ms / Refresh rate 60Hz / Contrast ratio 1000:1
- USB Type-C connectivity and sRGB 99% color gamut
- AMD Free sync technology
- 3-Side Virtually borderless design
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27UK850-W 4K UHD Monitor
Upgrade to an HDR10 compatible IPS 4K screen, delivering Ultra HD resolution with supremely accurate colors, even when viewed off-angle. The 27UK850-W, 27 inch display offers versatility of USB Type-C connectivity plus the benefit of HDCP 2.2 compatibility, so it will seamlessly display 4K content from a variety of sources.
27UK850-W 4K UHD Monitor Features
To more fully realize content creators’ vision, this monitor is compatible with industry-standard HDR10 high dynamic range, supporting specific levels of color and brightness that exceed the capabilities of ordinary monitors.
Depending on the Windows 10 OS settings, HDR content may not be displayed accurately. Please check the HDR On/Off setting of Windows. The HDR setting of Windows defaults to 'On' and should be set to 'Off' when not viewing HDR content. Images simulated.
(A software update will be made available).
USB Type-C Connectivity
Offering a new generation of convenience, USB Type-Cports allow 4K video display, data transfer and laptop/mobile device charging, all at the same time over a single cable. Reduce cord clutter and increase efficiency with USB Type-C.
sRGB 99 Color Gamut
sRGB is the standard color space of ideal color reproduction. So, with over 99% coverage of the sRGB spectrum, this LG monitor is a great solution for professional photographers, graphic designers or anyone looking for highly accurate color.*
*Color mode conversion between Adobe RGB and sRGB is available on the 'Color Mode' menu.
Virtually Borderless Display
The ultra-thin bezel on three sides of this streamlined display offers a virtually borderless visual experience, without distraction from the precise, gorgeous image. A sleek addition to any desktop.
On-Screen Control puts a host of essential monitor settings into a handy window for quick, easy access. Volume, brightness, picture mode presets, Screen Split 2.0 and Dual Controller and more can now be adjusted with just a few clicks of the mouse, instead of hard buttons on the monitor.
(Software download required to enable OnScreen Control. For download details, visit our official website.
With FreeSync*, gamers can experience seamless, fluid movement throughout hi-res, fast-paced games. FreeSync virtually eliminates screen tearing and stuttering.
*FreeSync is only available when it is connected to Display Port or HDMI.
Advanced Gaming Features
Serious gaming features for serious gamers. Quickly optimize monitor settings to activate Black Stabilizer to reveal superior detail in dark scenes while the Dynamic Action Sync feature assures smooth, fluid gaming action.
The sleek design of this LG premium monitor is accentuated by the height, tilt and pivot adjustable ArcLine stand. The smooth curve of the base provides stability, assuring dependable performance with a touch of elegance.
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|Display Resolution Maximum||3840 x 2160 pixels||3840 x 2160 pixels||2560 x 1440 pixels||3840 x 2160 pixels||3840x2160||3840 x 2160 pixels|
|Screen Size||27 inches||27 inches||27 inches||27 inches||27 inches||27 inches|
|Item Dimensions||24.10 x 9.20 x 22.00 inches||1.75 x 24.14 x 14.35 inches||10.80 x 24.20 x 22.60 inches||24.50 x 8.20 x 18.10 inches||24.07 x 7.28 x 20.68 inches||24.21 x 1.71 x 14.33 inches|
|Item Weight||13.40 lbs||13.50 lbs||—||10.10 lbs||14.60 lbs||11.35 lbs|
|Mounting Type||Wall Mount||Wall Mount||Wall Mount||Wall Mount||Wall Mount||Wall Mount|
|Refresh Rate||60 hertz||60 hertz||144 hertz||60 hertz||60 hertz||60 hertz|
Upgrade to an LG IPS 4K screen, delivering ultra HD resolution with supremely accurate colors, even when viewed off angle. The 27UK8550 W, 27 inch display offers versatility of USB Type C connectivity plus the Benefit of HDCP 2.2 compatibility, so it will seamlessly display 4K content from a variety of sources.
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That's where this monitor comes in. I was skeptical of how well it would work with my MBP since USB-C monitors are still a new technology, and are likely no where as good as they will be in a year or two from now. In about a week of usage, I have yet to have a single problem. Power delivery for my 13" MBP is great- I experience no loss of power when doing more intensive activities like encoding large video files. Not a single flicker or loss of image yet.
To date, there is only one HUGE (for me at least) flaw that I have found in this monitor. When connecting to any device via USB-C, it limits the speed on the two USB-A ports on the back of the monitor to 2.0. I planned on using Windows To Go in this setup by mounting a SSD to the back of the monitor and running Windows off of it. I definitely can't maintain a stable boot of Windows 10 using this setup. I could use a USB-C to DP or HDMI cable for my MBP and then the USB-A ports would go back to 3.0 speeds, but in that case I might as well have purchased the UD88 model and saved about a hundred dollars.
I really don't understand how this monitor can't output USB 3.0 speeds while maintaining a USB-C connection given that it still uses an external power brick. I'd think that the huge power brick would allow it to provide the necessary power to do this. I was bummed by this, but I didn't find it to be a deal breaker.
Backlight bleed was minimal, and the image quality is excellent. I use it with my Xbox One X, and can verify that you will receive all green check marks in the 4K details screen. I had no trouble setting up the console with this monitor, even with FreeSync and HDR 10.
Works great with Xbox One X and Macbook Pro
Great image quality
Responsive OSD controls
Lots of ports
External power brick
USB-A ports default to 2.0 speeds if you connect a computer via USB-C
Can't control volume through keyboard buttons unless connected to bluetooth speaker for audio (Don't think many monitors can do this though)
I’m giving 1/5 stars to LG and to the entire monitor industry manufacturing IPS panels right now. I’ve been through 3 of these monitors, and they’ve all had separate issues.
#1 - Unacceptable backlight bleed. And no, it wasn’t just IPS glow. Corners were consistently yellow regardless of viewing angle. Made watching movies or viewing dark content miserable. Also lots of ghosting and artifacts.
#2 - Backlight bleed wasn’t an issue on this one, but there was a noticeable shift in color temperature across the panel. Green to magenta tint left to right. Also dead pixels.
#3 - Great color uniformity, but guess what.. back to excessive backlight bleed.
I’m so sick of companies (and even consumers) trying to normalize this phenomenon. If manufacturers like LG cared at all, they’d do a better job of encasing the panel within its enclosure. I could watch the backlight bleed vanish before my eyes just by fiddling with the bezels. I know some people have had luck putting thin bits of plastic between the screen and bezel, but does that really sound like a reasonable thing to do for a product that goes up to $700 something dollars?
Shame on the entire monitor industry, forcing those of us who care about quality (or just want to watch a movie on our screens without annoying backlight bleed) to play this stupid panel lottery, returning multiple units to stores. It’s not fair to the consumers, or the stores, as it’s not even their fault LG is shipping units with abysmal quality control.
I even tried to give the 3rd party sellers a break, and shipped one of my panels to LG for repair. Guess what, it wasn’t even worth their time to address my panel. They offered me a refund or a replacement, which would most likely end up being yet another panel with horrible backlight bleed, as nobody in their facility would commit to inspecting it first.
Affordable consumer OLED can’t come fast enough. But until then, us consumers will be gaslighted by the monitor industry who tells us this is perfectly acceptable even in this high price range.
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4 weeks in I called again, and they had sent my monitor to LG a while ago without telling me. They said LG was supposed to contact me.
So I called LG and they told me it was being processed for return because the part was on backorder, wait some more. Fine, whatever. I called the next week as they hadn't yet contacted me and ended up talking to customer executive support. They promised I would be contacted early the next week as it was friday.
Sure enough, they didnt contact me. So I called again, and they were just as unhelpful. Their social media team on tweet has confirmed my monitor is not repairable, but no one will actually do anything to fix the monitor.
Stay away from this fault monitor and customer-hating company.
I was really looking for a 3 in 1 to be honest:-
1) Something great for gaming with 4k for PlayStation 4 pro
2) Extended Monitor for work having multiple port options (HDMI, DP, type-c, USB etc)
3) Support for Chromecast or Amazon Fire to watch YouTube/Netflix/Hotstar on the go.
It's a shame that there are hardly any decent monitors out there with type-c port. Even if there are, quite a few will only let you transfer data and NOT charge your type-c laptop.
Although, I would have preferred to go for a 32 inch 4k monitor as the experts recommend this to be the best combination, it's not really affordable at the moment to get everything I needed on a 32 inch IPS monitor.
Nevertheless, I'm glad I made the right decision as this is a one time investment for a good few years.
I would recommend this monitor to those who have a Dell XPS 13 or a MacBook pro that doesn't come with USB ports (only type c). Instead of spending 5-7k on a type c hub, it makes sense to put a few extra bucks and get this beast provided you need a monitor. Hope this helps!
However, if you plan on connecting this display to your Mac mini or Apple Laptop, using HDMI, do your research.
There are times that the display will go to sleep and will be next to impossible to wake up. LG tech support blame it on Apple and or course Apple say connect with LG.
The solution - connect using USB-C and/or disable all power savings on the display and Mac, OR choose again with another display. Other than that its picture quality is exceptional.