The LG UltraFine 4K is a great MacBook monitor


No Apple product was more overdue an update than the Thunderbolt Display. First sold in 2011, its unlaminated, un-Retina screen was beautiful in its day, but Apple gave it so little attention that it even chose to throw an adapter in the box rather than update its charging cable with the 2012 MagSafe 2 connector. And, with Apple moving to Retina displays across most of the Mac line, the Thunderbolt Display was left to languish on shelves at a ludicrously high price.

But the stage was set this year for Apple to make itself relevant in monitors again. The advent of USB-C and Thunderbolt 3 technology means that it’s now possible to deliver the Thunderbolt Display’s key feature of single-cable charging and video connectivity at higher,…

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