LG premium monitor Review – 4K UHD 32UL950-W- Perfection!

LG 32UL950-W

The LG 32UL950-W is a good 32-inch IPS monitor with a large real estate display thanks to the 4k resolution. It has wide angles of viewing, which is great, but doesn’t look so good in a dark room, due to the limited ratio of native contrast and poor black uniformity. It supports HDR and can display a wide range of colors, but the local dimming function is bad. Players will appreciate the low input delay and FreeSync support and work with NVIDIA’s new Adaptive Sync driver.

The LG 32UL950-W is a high quality 4K UHD LED monitor for most uses. The stand can’t rotate, but it has good viewing angles, great SDR peak brightness, and good reflection handling. It has a low entry delay in any mode, which is great, and a quick response time. It’s also compatible with FreeSync, ideal for players.
The LG 32UL950-W is a good office monitor thanks to the large high-resolution display with wide viewing angles that is ideal for multitasking. You can also chain a second monitor with the Thunderbolt 3 connection and keep the Macbook loaded with a single cable between your computer and display.
The LG 32UL950-W is a decent gaming monitor. The large high-resolution display offers a more immersive gaming experience and has a low entry delay for an immersive experience. It has an excellent low input delay and is compatible with FreeSync. Unfortunately, it is not so suitable for night games, due to the limited native contrast ratio and poor black uniformity.LG 32UL950-W

The LG 32UL950-W is good for multimedia. The 32-” 4k display is ideal for watching the latest 4k UHD movies, and supports HDR, which is nice. It has wide viewing angles, ideal for sharing the latest YouTube trends with your friends. Unfortunately, it is not good to watch movies in a dark room, due to the limited native contrast and poor black uniformity.

The LG 32UL950-W is a good game monitor. It has an excellent low input delay for a more responsive gaming experience, and a quick response time that produces only a small trail of blurring behind fast-moving objects. Unfortunately, it has a limited native contrast ratio, and can’t be bright enough in HDR to perfectly show the creator’s intent in some games.LG 32UL950-W The 32UL950 has a great response time, almost identical to the Dell D3218HN. There are some excesses and subsesques in some transitions, but it is relatively minor, and should not be noticeable. We recommend the “normal” response time, as the higher settings have significantly increased the level of overspending, resulting in an excessive expense reduction with only minor performance improvements.Photo:LG

DisplayPort 1 (DP 1.4)
Mini DisplayPort No
HDMI 1 (HDMI 2.0)
DisplayPort Out No
USB 2 (USB 3.0)
USB C 2 (Thunderbolt 3) (1x in with PD, 1x out)
Analog Audio Out 3.5mm 1
Microphone In 3.5mm No
Digital Optical Audio Out No
Analog Audio Out RCA No
Power Supply External BrickLG 32UL950-W

There are two USB-C Thunderbolt 3 ports, including one that can be used to daisy chain a second display, which is great. It also supports power delivery over one of the Thunderbolt 3 ports, which is great, but it is limited to 60W, which is just enough for most Macbook Pros.LG 32UL950-W


    • Refresh Rate 60Hz
    • Resolution  3840 x 2160
    • Aspect Ratio  16:9
    • Brightness  360cd/m²(Min.), 450cd/m² (Typ.)
    • Color Gamut  Yes
    • Response Time  5ms (Faster)
    • Contrast Ratio (DFC)  910:1 (Min.), 1300:1 (Typ.)
    • Viewing Angle  178°(R/L), 178°(U/D)
    • Surface Treatment  Anti Glare, 3H
    • Dynamic Action Sync   YesLG 32UL950-W


    • Headphone Out  Yes
    • Display Port  Yes x 1
    • USB  Yes x 2
    • HDMI   Yes x 1
    • Thunderbolt 3   Yes x 2 (in x 1 (PD 60W) / out x 1)


    • DC Off   Under 0.3W
    • Type  Adapter
    • Input  100 ~ 240, 50/60Hz
    • Normal On (EPA Typ.)  70W
    • Normal On (factory out condition Typ.)   200W


    • Smart Energy Saving  Yes
    • Super+ Resolution Yes
    • Black Stabilizer  Yes
    • Speaker  Yes
    • Color Calibrated  Yes
    • Color Weakness  Yes
    • Adaptive Sync  RADEON FreeSync™
    • Dynamic Action Sync  Yes
    • Reader Mode  Yes
    • Wide Color Gamut  Yes
    • Nano IPS™ Technology Yes
    • HDR Effect  Yes
    • VESA DisplayHDR™  Display HDR 600
    • HDR10  Yes
    • H/W Calibration Ready (True Color Pro)  Yes


    • Shipping Weight  25.6 lbs
    • With Stand (WxHxD)   28.3″ x 23.5 x 9.1″ (Up)/28.3″ x 19.2″ x 9.1″ (Down)
    • Without Stand (WxHxD)  28.3″ x 16.3″ x 1.8″
    • Shipping Dimensions (WxHxD)  36.5″ x 8.4″ x 20.3″
    • With Stand Weight16.1 lbs
    • Without Stand Weight  13.7 lbs


    • Wall Mount Size (mm)  100 x 100 mm
    • HDMI™  Yes
    • Display Port  Yes

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