LG has a new monitor ready, but in this case it is a model that sports an OLED panel as its main claim. Its about LG 27EP950-B, a screen that is integrated into the UltraFine OLED Pro series and that seeks to satisfy those who seek well-reflected colors on the screen.

The LG 27EP950-B has a simple and minimalist design. With a clean back finished in black, it makes use of a base with a brushed metal finish and a cylindrical shaped stand. Being a professional-oriented model, aesthetic adornments have no place.

Designed for professionals

In terms of specifications, this model uses a 26.9-inch OLED JOLED panel diagonal in which it is capable of offering a resolution of 3,840 x 2,140 UHD in a 16: 9 aspect ratio

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Other features include a 60Hz refresh rate, a 1000: 1 static contrast ratio, a maximum luminance of 400 cd / m2 (VESA DisplayHDR 400 certified), a response time of 1 ms, viewing angles 178 °, 10-bit panel and 99% color coverage in DCI-P3 and also 99% in Adobe RGB. To improve the display of colors, can be calibrated manually using a suitable calibration device and LG Calibration Studio (True Color Pro).

LG 27EP950-B




29.9 inch


3,840 × 2,140 pixels (UHD)


60 Hz


1000: 1


400 nits

DisplayHDR 400

Aspect ratio

16: 9

Color depth

10 bits

Response time

1 millisecond

Color coverage

99% Adobe RGB

99% DCI-P3


1 DisplayPort 1.4

2 HDMI 2.0

2 USB 3.0

1 USB Type-C port

In the connectivity section, the LG 27EP950-B has a USB Type-C port that allows a charge of up to 90 watts and data transmission, two DisplayPort 1.4 ports, one HDMI 2.0 port, three USB 3.0 ports and a 3.5mm headphone jack.

Price and availability

Being a model that is integrated into the UltraFine OLED Pro family, hopefully the price is high.

Via | Guru3D