HDR televisions have been around for a little while now, but the technology is yet to hit PC monitors in a big way. That's all set to change at CES 2017, where LG has confirmed that they will be launching a 32-inch 4K monitor that supports the HDR10 standard.
The 32UD99 is aimed mostly at creative professionals and prosumers, with support for 95% of the DCI-P3 color space through a 10-bit panel capable of producing 1.07 billion colors. Some of LG's top-end monitors cover more than 98% of DCI-P3, so this won't be a flagship creative monitor for LG, but the inclusion of HDR10 capability is new and unique.
As LG will be fully revealing the 32UD99 at CES, the company hasn't unveiled its full set of specifications just yet. LG has stated that the monitor will connect to PCs via USB Type-C, and it will support charging laptops over a single cable while receiving picture data. The 32UD99 is also supposedly "well-equipped" for modern game consoles that support HDR, so presumably there will be a HDMI 2.0a port on this monitor as well.
We'll have to wait until CES to get details of when this monitor will launch, and at what price. With features like HDR10, this monitor will almost certainly cost more than your average 32-inch 4K display. With that said, we expect that LG won't be the only monitor manufacturer to show off HDR-capable PC monitors at CES this year, so there might be some competition in this space.