LG are soon to release a new31.5″ sized model in their range with a 4K resolution VA technology panel. The screen has a 3840 x 2160 resolution for high detail images but also has a range of features and specs to meet modern gaming and HDR requirements. The 32UL750 has support for AMD FreeSync, although does only have a 60Hz maximum refresh rate and oddly according to the LG spec page this appears to only be available over HDMI. We’re not really sure why not over DP. It also carries the VESA Display HDR 600 certification for a moderate level of HDR performance.
In terms of specs the screen offers a 4ms G2G response time, 3000:1 contrast ratio, 350 cd/m2 brightness (400 cd/m2 peak apparently in the listed spec on LG’s site), 1.07b colour depth and an extended colour gamut covering 95% of the DCI-P3 reference. The brightness spec seems a little odd, as it should support peak luminance of >600 cd/m2 to achieve the VESA Display HDR 600 certification. A 600 cd/m2 peak brightness is mentioned in the features section of their product page and we do expect that to be possible from this model given the certification. Sadly the specs are a bit muddled on their website. There is no confirmation of the local dimming which will be necessary again for this certification, but we expect probably an 8-zone edge-lit dimming backlight here.
There are 2x HDMI 2.0 and 1x DisplayPort 1.4 connections provided, as well as 1x USB type-C and 2x additional USB 3.0 ports. 2x 5W speakers are included along with a headphone port. Tilt and height adjustments are offered from the stand.