If you’re like us then you’re always after more screen space for your work. LG’s new DualUp monitor is set to deliver it, being basically two screens melded into one.
The unique form factor of the DualUp Ergo (AKA 28MQ780) monitor is ideal for those multitaskers among us, featuring a 27.6-inch QHD Nano IPS display with a 16:18 aspect ratio to enhance efficiency – that’s literally twice the screen space of your standard 21.5-inch 16:9 monitor. The resolution runs at 2,560 x 2,880 pixels, with a vertical split view function that lets users see more in one glance.You can even split the screen between two computers.
The LG DualUp monitor includes a super-adjustable LG Ergo stand that clamps to your table or desk, and offers adjustments for height and tilt, swivel and pivot as required.
“At LG, we are passionate about providing innovative technology that supports the ever-changing consumer demands for both home and office workers. Whether you are a content creator, office worker or designer, the new DualUp Ergo monitor delivers both practicality and efficiency for the modern professional,” said Brad Reed of LG Electronics Australia. “Offering a completely new form factor for the monitor screen, the DualUp Ergo will enable users to multitask with ease when completing creative tasks. It is an innovative solution that will help enhance productivity when working, particularly for those users who find themselves looking at information for extended periods of time on multiple screens or windows”.
The LG DualUp Ergo is slated for an Australian release on June 1.