Hi and welcome to Craig Media Labs one
minute product review. Today we’re going to take a look at the LG 4K monitor. This
is the model 32UD59-B. This monitor costs 429 but we got it for 369.
It has a resolution of 3840 by 2160 pixels at 60 Hertz. The screen size is 31.5 inch or 80 centimeter at a aspect ratio of 16:9. The monitor has a
response time of 5 milliseconds, a contrast ratio of 3000:1 and it is
based on the VA panel technology. The monitor supports HDCP 2.2 and AMD
freesync. It has following connectors: 1 DisplayPort input, 2 HDMI inputs, 1
headphone mini-jack output and 1 connector for the power supply. You can
tilt the monitor from an angle of minus 5 to plus 20 and you can change the
height by 12 centimeter. The monitor has inbuilt 5 watt speakers but they are crap
like most monitor speakers. It has a sophisticated on-screen menu where you
can set different split screen options. The Package comes with one HDMI cable, one DisplayPort cable, the power supply and the power cable, a clip for the cable
management and the monitor arm and stand. It is very easy to assemble the monitor:
just put the arm at the back of the monitor, it just snaps in and then you
can easily fix the stand with two screws.