If you want to be able to dock your MacBook Pro when you're working from your desk, check out Woot's sale on the 27-inch LG UltraFine 5K IPS LED monitor. It's currently down to $769.99 in refurbished condition there which is a far cry from its $1,300 retail price at Apple, B&H, and elsewhere. It's provided factory reconditioned, so will look and work like new, and comes with a 90-day LG warranty. Shipping is free with Amazon Prime.
This built-for-Mac display has a stunning 5120 x 2880 resolution with P3 color so everything on it looks amazing. It connects via Thunderbolt 3 to support 5K data and has an adjustable stand to fit into your setup perfectly.
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While it may not look as attractive as an Apple-made monitor, this display is all about that stunning 5120 x 2880 resolution and the P3 99% color spectrum. It has a brightness of 500 nits, which is also more than most monitors, and it maintains consistent color from edge-to-edge.
With the Thunderbolt 3 port, you can transmit video and data while charging your laptop at the same time, and you'll find three additional USB-C ports to use. LG's display includes an internal webcam with mic, speakers, and VESA mounting in case you want to do away with the stand and mount it straight to a wall. As this LG monitor was designed in conjunction with Apple, there are certain exclusive features it has such as the ability to power on automatically when your Mac does or adjust the monitor's settings from within macOS without ever touching the monitor physically. In fact, the monitor itself has zero buttons.
You're going to want to be rocking one of Apple's newest MacBook Pro laptops to fully take advantage of all the features the UltraFine has, though it can work as a second monitor for something like a recent Mac mini. At the very least, the monitor requires Thunderbolt 3 and macOS Sierra 10.12.2 or later.
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