Arrived with us today for testing and review is the very exciting LG UltraFine 32EP950 OLED monitor. This is the first real desktop OLED monitor we will have reviewed, and marks what is hopefully the first of many future OLED technology displays in this segment. You can read our linked news article for more information about this screen, features and spec if you want to know more about the 32EP950.
For now we also wanted to provide a few unboxing photos from today as we know plenty of people will be interested in this new high-end monitor and the arrival of OLED finally in the monitor market!
If you want to get behind the scenes access to our testing and results as we go, as well as early access to the full written review once it’s published, but before it goes live on the main site for everyone, you can join our Patreon Insiders now. More information will be posted on our Patreon pages as the review is taking form.
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