LG’s all-new 21-inch DualUp monitor features a 16:18 aspect ratio

LG’s all-new 21-inch DualUp monitor features a 16:18 aspect ratio
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As telecommuting becomes more widespread, having additional screen space for multitasking is a very common request.

While many of us will have purchased a second screen or an ultrawide monitor in anticipation of the new era, LG has something a little different to offer you.

LG DualUp 21 inch Monitor Features

LG DualUp 21 inch Monitor Features

LG DualUp 21 inch Monitor Features
Image credits: LG

The LG DualUp measures 27.6 inches diagonally, but thanks to its unusual 16:18 aspect ratio, it won’t take up much space horizontally on your desk, instead sporting a taller, slimmer profile.

According to the manufacturer, it has “the same screen real estate as two 21.5-inch monitors and includes a vertical split-view feature that lets users see more at a glance.”

That means it has an unusual resolution of 2560×2880 (good luck finding that option in Call of Duty: Vanguard’s settings), and the rest of the specs look pretty decent, with DCI-color gamut coverage. 98% P3, up to 300 nits of brightness and 1000:1 contrast ratio.

Two HDMI ports and three USB-C ports are also included (one upstream and two downstream). They’re not Thunderbolt, but they can charge up to 96 watts of external devices.

Obviously, it’s designed for multitaskers juggling Slack/Teams notifications and whatever else is on their mind, but why would you choose the LG DualUp over an ultrawide or multiple displays?

It will no doubt appeal to people with limited workspace, especially since it comes with an Ergo stand that can attach to “most” desks, but LG touts its health benefits too. Portrait orientation should help “decrease side-to-side head movement, the main source of neck strain”, as a larger screen is naturally closer to eye level, encouraging a better posture.

When will the LG DualUp monitor be officially launched?

There’s no news on pricing just yet, but the display will debut on January 4 as part of LG’s virtual CES 2022 presentation, featuring a more traditional 32-inch 4K UltraFine display with the “panel black Nano IPS” from LG, which LG promises will deliver “realistic and subtle black tones.

Conclusion:

If we look at the LG DualUp monitor, we would definitely see that this monitor will be a great choice for all gamers and even working professionals as it offers a wider aspect ratio covering more content on the screens.

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