Especially those who are interested in photo or video editing know well. The screen layout of most software used for editing is horizontally split. In other words, the image you are processing is in the upper half of the screen, while the part where you make settings and touches is located in the lower half of the screen. Today’s standard monitors may be insufficient for you to perform these operations. Designed with all these limitations in mind, the LG DualUp Monitor will delight professionals.
This new vertical monitor, which will work wonders for tasks such as a photo or video editing, will also be very useful for developers who need to write code. LG DualUp Monitor provides twice the screen area in portrait orientation while allowing you to free up space on your desk without giving up the screen area of a single monitor, without giving up the screen area of dual monitors. It has an unusual 16:18 aspect ratio and a resolution of 2,560 x 2,880 pixels, which is equivalent to two 21.5-inch screens in a row. Click here to learn more about this vertical monitor that comes with an LG Ergo stand that can be attached to most desks. If you watch the video below, you can have a better idea of how to use it.