I am a desktop monitor, keyboard, and mouse person. Beyond few hours of working, I am not comfortable with cramped space in a Laptop.  So to compliment my new 4K Ultrabook (ASUS ZenBook Pro UX501VW) I purchased this 27 inches 4K external display – LG 27UD68P.  The IPS display support resolution of 3840×2160@60Hz, 300nits brightness and have 2 x HDMI Ports, 1 x DisplayPort and one Headphone out. Online in Amazon India, the monitor costs Rs.37,700 but I purchased from a local vendor for Rs.34,500. Amazon India the monitor costs Rs.37,700. The display sharpness and colours are lovely. Recommended purchase.


Display at 4K has enough room to show two full pages side by side


LG 27UD68P 4K monitor next to Asus ZenBook Pro UX501VW


LG 27UD68P has 2 x HDMI, 1 x DisplayPort, 1 x Audio out Ports

Disclosure: I write reviews about products that I have bought for my usage and paid in full. There were no sponsorship or advertisement, or commission of any sort involved in this post. 

Update 24/Jan/2017: Till now I have been connecting the 4K monitor to my laptop (Asus UX501) using the HDMI cable that came out of the box with the monitor. A friend, who has the same configuration recommended I connect the monitor using DisplayPort. I purchased this one – “Cable Matters USB-C to DisplayPort 4K 60Hz Cable” for $30. The display now runs at 4k @60HZ and there is a noticeable difference in clarity.  The cable is a worth purchase. I am facing an issue of monitor waking up from sleep in the DisplayPort setting, to solve it I have to press Windows-P every time and select Second Screen; will experiment for a solution to this.

USB-C to DisplayPort cable

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