Since the cessation of sales of Apple Thunderbolt Display Mac users were waiting for a decent alternative — for example, similar to those used in the last iMac display with 5K resolution. In October Apple introduced such an alternative, but in a somewhat unexpected way: Ultrafine monitors from LG.
In addition to the flagship 27-inch iMac with 5K resolution was presented and more affordable 21.5-inch variant Ultrafine 4K. Both are designed specially for the latest MacBook and MacBook Pro are not only monitors, but also a good home stations.
LG display received the UltraFine 4K resolution 4096 x 2304 pixels and support P3 color space (25% more colors than standard RGB palette). It is equipped with a built-in camera, stereo speakers, a microphone, and also three additional USB ports a-C (5 Gbps each) for connecting peripherals.
Work it all, like charging a laptop is via a single Thunderbolt cable universal USB 3. unlike the 27-inch models, the monitor provides charging power 60 watts instead of 85 watts.
Use high-quality IPS-matrix with a resolution of 4096 × 2304 pixels, wide color gamut, P3 and brightness of 500 CD/m2. Weight UltraFine LG 4K with built-in power adapter — 5.6 kg. Adjustable stand allows you to adjust the height and tilt of the screen; there is the possibility of using instead the universal VESA mounting.
Initially the cost UltraFine LG 4K Display was announced at $700. But in early November, Apple unexpectedly cut the price to $525.