Apple announced price cuts on new monitors LG UltraFine 5K and 4K for MacBook Pro

| November 5, 2016

Apple has, following the decline in the cost of the adapters and USB-C Cable, announced a price reduction for new monitors LG UltraFine 5K and 4K , issued specifically to work in conjunction with the latest generation of MacBook Pro.

The peculiarity of the new monitors with a resolution of 4K and 5K is that to Apple laptops, they are connected with a single cable USB-C, which not only transmits data but also charges the device. Thus, in the Cupertino company decided to replace the Thunderbolt Display, canceled this summer.

Apple today announced a price reduction on the monitors at 25%. LG UltraFine 5K in the online shop of the company is now worth $ 974, instead of the original price of $ 1,299. The device is not available for order and is expected in December.

4K UltraFine Display is already available for $ 524. At the time of the announcement last month of the display offered for $ 699. Delivery of the new 4K-monitor LG is 5-6 weeks.

Recall, 27-inch LG 5K UltraFine Display has a resolution of 5120 x 2880 pixels and supports the color space P3 (25% more flowers compared with the standard RGB palette). The rear panel has three additional USB-C port. In addition, the device has built-in stereo speakers, as well as camera and microphone for video calls.

The second model 4K UltraFine Display with a diagonal of 21.5 inches has received 4096 x 2304 pixels. The device can also be connected to the new MacBook Pro cable USB-C offers the same three ports on the rear panel to the periphery.

The revision was motivated by the price of new monitors is unknown. Lower prices for USB-C accessory to Apple explained desire to “simplify the MacBook Pro users to switch to the latest standards and accelerate the growth of its ecosystem.”

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