Article last updated on: Jan 18, 2021

OLED display technology enables the world's best displays - with superb image quality, low response times, low power consumption. OLEDs can enable thin, light and even flexible monitors. OLEDs however found it difficult to enter the monitor market due mostly to burn-in challenges and high production costs.

Some device makers however are introducing OLED monitors, mostly premium monitors for the health and broadcasting industries. It is hoped that in the future OLED monitors will also appear for the consumer market. For OLED monitor industry news coverage, click here.

Following is a list of OLED monitors on the market:

LG UltraFine OLED Pro monitor 32EP950

LG's first OLED monitor, the UltraFine OLED Pro (32EP950) feature a 4K 31.5-inch OLED display, that sports a 1,000,000:1 contrast ratio, 99% DCI-P3 coverage and 99% Adobe RGB coverage.

LG UltraFine OLED Pro photo

The OLED Pro monitor has six interfaces (2X Displayport, 1X HDMI and 3X USB) and supports KVM. This is a high-end broadcast quality monitor aimed for professional use.

ASUS ProArt Display OLED PA32DC

Asustek's ProArt Display OLED (PA32DC) is a high-end OLED monitor with a 31.5" 4K (3840x2160) AMOLED display produced using an ink-jet printing process by JOLED. The monitor has a VESA DisplayHDR 400 True Black certification and features a 0.1 ms response time, true 10-bit color and 99% DCI-P3 color gamut.

ASUS ProArt Display OLED PA32DC photo

Asus did not yet detail the price or release date of the OLED PA32DC monitor.

LG Ultrafine OLED Pro 65EP5G

LG's UltraFine OLED Pro 65EP5G is a large professional monitor that features a 65-inch 4K OLED display. The 65EP5G features DisplayHDR 400 True Black certification, a brightness of up to 1,000 nits, a 0.1 ms GtG response time, and a color gamut of 98.5% DCI-P3.

LG Ultrafine OLED Pro 65EP5G photo

The monitor offers several connections - including dual HDMI 2.1, quad loop-thru SDI (BNC) and IP (SFP+ & RJ45). The monitor is based on LG's WebOs software (V5, not its latest V6, strangely).

Skyworth G90

The Skyworth G90 is a gaming monitor that uses a 48-inch 4K 120Hz WOLED display. Features include 1ms response time, VRR, Dolby Vision and peak brightness of 900 nits.

Skyworth G90 photo

The G90 will cost 14,999 Yuan (around $2,250 USD) when it launches later in 2021, and is available now for pre-order at a large discount - 7,499 Yuan (around $1,150 USD).

Gigabyte AORUS FO48U

The Gigabyte AORUS FO48U is a large gaming monitor that features a 48-inch 120Hz 4K WOLED panel (made by LGD) and HDMI 2.1 connectivity.

Gigabyte AORUS FO48U photo

Gigabyte did not yet disclose the price or availability of its new monitor.

LG OLED monitor 27EP950

LG's second OLED monitor for 2021, the 27EP950B, sports a 27-inch OLED panel. The monitor sports a printed OLED panel produced by JOLED. This monitor is similar to LG's 31.5" 32EP950 but with a smaller display.

LG UltraFine OLED Pro photo

The 27EP950B costs $2,999 - and will hopefully ship by the end of 2021.

Pepper Jobs XtendTouch Pro

Pepper Job's XtendTouch Pro is a 15.6 4K 650-nits AMOLED monitor that features a pressure-sensitive touch function, and multiple connection options (USB-C, mini-HDMI and OTG). It's powered via a 2nd USB-C connector.

Pepper Jobs XtendTouch Pro photo

The XtendTouch Pro's retail price is $1,299. It is now crowdfunding and can be pre-ordered for $699. The estimated shipment time is January 2021.

Viewsonic ELITE XG550

ViewSonic's ELITE XG550 is a 55" gaming monitor based on LG's 4K 120Hz WRGB OLED panel.

Viewsonice Elite XG550 photo

ViewSonic says the XG550 will ship in Q4 2020.

Acer Predator CG552K

Acer's Predator CG552K is a large gaming monitor that is based on a 55" 120Hz 4K 400-nits LG AMOLED display. The monitor supports 3 HDMI 2.0 ports, 2 DisplayPort 1.4 ports an 5 USB ports (including 1 Type-C and 2 USB 3.0).

Acer Predator CG552K photo

The Predator CG552K will ship later in 2020 for $2,999.

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