Step aside ultrawide, ultra-tall monitors are perfect for reading and writing

LG’s new DualUp monitor is unconventional, to say the least. It doesn’t look like any monitor I’ve ever used, let alone seen. The display stands 28 inches tall with a 16:18 aspect ratio. It’s a sight you’d be forgiven for stopping and staring at, but the decision to stand out with a unique design ultimately pays off for some special use cases, especially reading and writing. Not sure if a vertically stacked display is right for you? Let’s dig into where the LG DualUp stands tall and where it might fall short.

LG DualUp Monitor with Ergo Stand

About this article: I tested the LG DualUp monitor for one week. The unit was provided by LG, but LG had no say in the direction or published content.

What it’s like to use the LG DualUp

LG DualUp Erog Monitor


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