In its price range, the LG 27UD58 is one of the best monitors for everyday use thanks to its 4K resolution and overall picture quality. The panel displays clear and sharp images thanks to its high pixel density, while the color reproduction is fairly average for the price range. This is also a decent option for gamers since the monitor is reasonably responsive and supports FreeSync. Unfortunately, the 27UD58 supports only swivel angle adjustment and lacks a USB hub.
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Pro Doesn't need to be calibrated
You'll not need to spend time calibrating this monitor because its out-of-the-box color accuracy and gamma tracking are high enough. The monitor's average color inaccuracy dE measures at only around 2.12 - too insignifficant to be spotted by a human eye.
Pro High value for money
You'll be hard pressed trying to find a cheaper 27-inch 4K monitor that offers the functionality and the high picture quality of the 27UD58-B. In this price bracket, the most common 4K options are usually armed with the old-fashioned TN panels that don't look as good as an IPS panel of the LG 27UD58-B.
Con Doesn't support HDR
The LG 27UD58-D doesn't have the HDR mode.