Now that Apple’s Pro Display XDR has been revealed, we all realize it’s not meant for most of us. It’s a pro display with a pro price tag. Instead, we’re still looking for the perfect companion to our Mac laptops that will serve our needs without breaking the bank.
About two-and-a-half years ago, Apple announced a partnership with LG to provide a display that, when plugged into a Mac, just worked. And it did, but at $1,300, it was a fairly steep price for a display not made by Apple.
This year, LG released a new, slightly different UltraFine display that works seamlessly with Mac. It’s 24-inches instead of 27 and supports 4K instead of 5K, but it’s also only $700, which is much easier on the pocketbook… At only $700, you can get two of them for almost the price of one LG UltraFine 5K Display.
MacDailyNews Take: Yeah, but that “design.”
If Soviet-era utilitarian boxiness and bezels are your things, have at it!
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