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    LG 5K Ultrafine monitor fails near Wi-Fi routers

    Just in case someone has bought or is about to buy one of these monitors, this information could be useful. It certainly would be for me as I have my router right next to my current monitor.

    Quote Originally Posted by BBC News
    Electronics giant LG has admitted its new premium-priced computer displays experience "performance issues" when placed near a wi-fi router.

    It added that any Ultrafine 5K monitor manufactured from February 2017 would have "enhanced shielding" to protect the devices from electromagnetic interference, while customers experiencing persistent problems should contact LG.
    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-38853962


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    Re: LG 5K Ultrafine monitor fails near Wi-Fi routers

    Seems like a bizarre oversight in this day and age.

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