Apple is offering 25% price reduction for the high-resolution LG displays with 4K and 5K resolution. They are equipped with Thunderbolt 3 and ideal for the new MacBook Pro.

Apple has apparently received respect for the criticism of the USB-C interfaces of the new MacBook Pro and tried to convince prospective customers with price reductions. In addition to the adapters are now also the displays of LG, which sells Apple in its own shop, considerably cheaper.

The LG Ultrafine 5K is quite large with 27-inch and is connected via Thunderbolt 3 to the USB-Type-C socket of the new Macbook Pro. It achieves a resolution of 5,120 x 2,880 pixels and has an IPS panel. Thus, the LG model covers the color space DCI-P3, which is also used in digital cinema. The 5K display has three USB type C connectors as well as stereo speakers, a camera and a microphone.

In the Apple Store the LG Ultrafine 5K now costs cost $974. Now it’s reduced by 25%, the LG Ultrafine 5K went from $699.95 to $524 . The device will be delivered on December 2016.

The LG UltraFine range is designed in coloration with Apple to work seamlessly with the new models of MacBook Pro. These monitors have free Thunderbolt 3 and include several USB-C door, can charge the MacBook, stereo speakers, but also the 5k resolution model also integrates a microphone and a camera for video calls.

LG moment. 4k UltraFine 21.5 inches and can be booked on the website of Apple but will not start to get users up in 5 or 6 weeks. The 5k UltraFine 27 inches, is not yet available for booking, but according to Apple’s keynote will last throughout the month of December. The price reduction both USB-C adapters as new monitors LG UltraFine is temporary and will only be available until the end of the year.

(Source: MacRumors)

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