Apple announced lower prices on new monitors LG UltraFine 5K and 4K for MacBook Pro
The Apple company following a reduction in the cost of adapters and cables USB-C, announced a reduction in the price of new monitors LG UltraFine 5K and 4K, issued specifically to work in conjunction with a MacBook Pro latest generation.
A feature of the new monitors with 4K and 5K is that the laptops they connect one USB-C cable that not only transmits data, but also charges the device. Thus, in Cupertino decided to replace the proprietary Thunderbolt Display, cancelled this summer.
Apple today announced lower prices for monitors up to 25%. LG UltraFine 5K in the online store of the company is now worth $974 instead of the original price of $1299. The device is not yet available for order and is expected in December.
UltraFine 4K Display is already available for $524. At the time of the announcement last month, the display was offered for $699. The delivery time of the new 4K monitor from LG is 5-6 weeks.
Recall, 27-inch LG UltraFine 5K Display has a resolution of 5120 x 2880 pixels and supports the color space of P3 (25% more colors than standard RGB palette). The rear panel has three additional USB port. in addition, the device has built-in stereo speakers, and a camera and microphone for video calls.
The second model UltraFine 4K Display with a diagonal of 21.5 inches has got resolution of 4096 x 2304 pixels. The device can also connect to the new MacBook Pro by USB cable to C and has three similar ports at the back for peripherals.
Than was motivated by the revision of prices for new monitors, is unknown. Lower prices on accessories USB-C in the Apple is explained by the desire “to simplify the users of MacBook Pro, the transition to the new standards and accelerate the growth of its ecosystem”.